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Resource Description Framework

Centraire implements a method you can use to more accurately label information so people and search engines can find it known as the Resource Description Framework (RDF).

By adding simple hidden annotations to your text, known as semantic tags your information is more accurately categorized, found and ranked by search engines. This technique is and is very easy to use at MyWikiBiz!

RDF is a language for representing information about resources in the World Wide Web. Example: "The cat has the color orange" organized for expression in RDF:

  • Subject = "the cat"
  • Predicate = "has the color"
  • Object = "orange"

The subject is the resource, and the predicate (denoting traits or aspects of the subject) expresses a relationship between the subject and the object. The RDF metadata model makes statements about resources as subject-predicate-object expressions, "triples" in RDF terminology.

MyWikiBiz's semantic Tags make creating RDF simple, and increase the value of your information in many ways, such as for search engine optimization, also known as SEO.