Our Favorite Posts Of Last Week (Sep 01, 2019)

Hacking The Topic Graph with Wikipedia and the Google Language API

One of my favorite slide decks from the last ten years was done by Mark Johnstone in 2014, while he was still with Distilled. The deck was called How to Produce Better Content Ideas and I used it as my bible for a few years while building teams to do the hard work of content promotion.
Link: https://www.oncrawl.com/technical-seo/topic-graph-wikipedia/
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Python: Learn Python in One Day and Learn It Well. Python for Beginners with Hands-on Project. (Learn Coding Fast with Hands-On Project Book 1)

A newer edition of this book is available. Get it here: http://mybook.to/python2 Learn Python Fast and Learn It Well.
Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Python-Beginners-Hands-Project-Project-ebook/dp/B00R9JPDN4
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Why TF-IDF Doesn’t Solve Your Content and SEO Problem but Feels Like it Does

Content score is a relative rating of your content’s quality and an indicator of its ranking potential. Content Score 56/49 In this post we look at the challenges of using TF-IDF to create and optimize web content. While using TF-IDF may make you feel good, it’s not really solving the problem.
Link: https://blog.marketmuse.com/why-tf-idf-doesnt-solve-your-content-and-seo-problem-but-feels-like-it-does/
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28 facts about Linux for its 28th birthday

Nearly three decades ago, Linus Torvalds sent the email announcing Linux, a free operating system that was "just a hobby" and not "big and professional like GNU.
Link: https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/28-facts-about-linux-its-28th-birthday
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