Semantic SEO is the process of optimizing content by focusing more on the meaning behind every query. Your content should focus more on an overall topic rather than one specific question. Semantic SEO takes content one step further by proactively addressing additional questions your visitor might have. The semantic web, or the connections between the meanings of things, is built on principles Google uses, such as the Knowledge Graph, semantic markup, and NLP.
Gain topical authority for your website’s subject by developing a content network for each “sub-topic”, for every question, within contextual relevancy and hierarchy with logical internal links and anchor texts. For creating semantic SEO content, you need to collect relevant information about your entities, topics and related topics and queries from competitors, Google and offline sources. This Oncrawl infographic shares ways how to earn traffic with semantic SEO.