Knowledge Graph SEO To Rank High On Google - Daniel Tan's Report Sold Over 2,000 Copies Within A Week Of Release

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Search Engine Optimization redefined. Daniel Tan's Knowledge Graph SEO Book has got the attention. It's been read by over 2,000 search experts within it's first week of release.

He has managed to position himself alongside with the biggest names in the business, like SearchEngineWatch, SEOMoz and SearchEngineLand.

Anyone that has delved into the world of search engine optimization (SEO) knows that competition is pretty tough. Trying to get a website noticed by the millions of people can be hard to do for many webmasters. But there are always better ways to get the job done.

Daniel Tan, one the reputable names in the SEO industry, has released a new model to get a website off the ground and into the rankings of search engines everywhere. He has managed to position himself alongside with the biggest names in the business, like SearchEngineWatch, SEOMoz and SearchEngineLand. Hitting a top five in the search engines against some of the toughest competition says a lot for the book that he has just released.

Among many other SEO tips, hints and lessons, Daniel Tan’s newest release is the Knowledge Graph SEO Book. This newest document is based on the semantic relationship of the web and goes deeper than that. It is also reputed to give all of the information a web master needs to know for search engine optimization in order to climb up to the top in search engine rankings and increase web traffic as a result. With some of the more recent changes that Google has made in their algorithms, there have been a lot of webmasters that have been scratching their heads trying to figure out how to get back to the top in search engine listings. With each change that is made, it gets more difficult to “manipulate” Google. Rankings are no longer about backlinks, likes, tweets and follows on a blog, but rather, as pointed out in Daniel’s Knowledge Graph SEO book, about the relationship of objects, entities, events and facts, sentiment and how they relate to one another.

Among the many subjects discussed are outsourcing, his Candidate Model for rankings, competing with the competition, using Knowledge Graph and planning the execution. Monetization of a website is also discussed, since that is one of the the most important reasons why a website has to be in the top of rankings.

The book, Knowledge Graph SEO, sold over 2,000 copies within it’s first week of release. Testimonials are piling up. Readers are happy and find valuable strategies in the book. The book is released help more webmasters achieve higher visibility in search.

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