Semantic Search SEO David AmerlandKamkash Digital Marketing has an excellent interview article with my ‘semantic search hero’ David Amerland

David Amerland, a chemical engineer turned semantic search and SEO expert, is a famed author, speaker and business journalist. He has been instrumental in helping startups as well as multinational brands like Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, BOSCH, etc. create their SMM and SEO strategies. Davis writes for high-profile magazines and media organisations such as Forbes, Social Media Today, Imassera and journalism.co.uk. He is also part of the faculty in Rutgers University, and is a strategic advisor for Darebee.com.

As an author, David Amerland has written 9 books around SEO and SMM. He is the author of a bestselling book titled “Google Semantic Search” which highlights the importance of semantic search and how technology with machine intelligence can do far better than humans in making search more user friendly.

David is the founder of DavidAmerland.com, a repository of articles on SEO and semantic search, SMM and business. He is also the founder of consulting firm named HMS Media that specialises in content development and semantic search.

Below is an exclusive video interview that Kamkash did with David Amerland, in which he explains semantic search in layman’s terms, and how it is impacting the future of search and SEO.

Go to the source for more: Interview With Semantic Search and SEO Expert David Amerland – Kamkash Digital Marketing

Here’s a sample of what you’ll find there:

If you liked this, you’ll love the other videos and you might even want to check out the books he’s written as well…

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