I mentioned projects or books for #Python3 in my other threads but let's talk about the very best resources for #SEO: blogs!

This a thread 🧵
1. holisticseo.digital/python-seo/

You have to know this. Semantic #SEO, clear case studies, topical authority and lots of #Python3. Everything you can ask for in 2022
2. seopythonistas.com

It's not a simple list of projects, it's the legacy of a great man. Check it out, it's full of awesome works.

#pythonlearning #DataScience #SEO #Python3
3. jcchouinard.com

Wanna learn #Python3 from scratch and see some useful applications? You need no more (almost) than this website to start out
4. github.com/jamesaphoenix/…

A GitHub repository with some interesting tricks you may want to study
5. danielherediamejias.com

A must have for automation and for studying APIs (#Python3). Another must have and don't forget the newsletter!
6. importsem.com

Once you feel more confident check this website out, there are a lot of super interesting projects to hone your skills and take inspiration from.

As stated clearly, this is mainly about #Python3 but also SQL and APIs, love it
7. wordlift.io/blog/en/

The top for NLP, you can read this blog for days and find more and more material each time, definitely a must
8. charlywargnier.com/blog

Looking for web apps? Take a look here! We're talking about #streamlit
9. pemavor.com

Interested in scripting and automation? This is the website for you
10. practicaldatascience.co.uk

Last but not least a very technical blog to boost your #DataScience skills and merge them with #DigitalMarketing / #SEO.

Underrated but definitely one of the best blogs out there
11. kaggle.com/eliasdabbas/co…

The Kaggle code section from the creator of #advertools, one top tier library for SEM tasks
12. oncrawl.com/blog/

Some articles from Oncrawl contain Python examples. You should read it regardless

E.g. oncrawl.com/technical-seo/…
13. The best resource ever for #SEO is of course part of this listing

14. Any other resource that offers courses or suchlike (i.e. DataCamp/Dataquest/Real Python).

Their blogs are very rich and contain quite some useful ideas for #Python3
Side note: #Python alone has limits, consider learning SQL as well and some tool like Tableau/PowerBI.

#R is even better imho to replace Python if you are more on the business side and you care about advanced Statistics libraries
14. lazarinastoy.com

Cool examples and lots of original projects. Especially for Data Studio and NLP

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Jan 20
Some other tools/ideas that can guide a #SEO Specialist in your journey towards being more data-driven.

There are a lot of loanwords from #datascience in here!

Another thread again 🧵🧵
SQL and DBMS (Database Management System): the former is a language to perform queries on a database, the latter is a system to manage a database.

If you're tired of ""storing"" your data in unreliable Excel sheets then you're in the right place...
...Google BigQuery is one top-tier tool that you can explore for storage and for queries/calculations.

SQL is the most important technical data skill you can wish for!
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Jan 19
Continuing in the wake of Semantic #SEO, today we talk about Knowledge Graphs, a very interesting topic that represents the intersection between graphs and SEO.

This is a Semantic SEO thread 🧵

#NLP #DataScience
A Knowledge Graph is a set of entities and relationships, that is all you need to know as an SEO Specialist to begin with.

Each entity can have attributes, namely characteristics/details.
Let's take a step back, what is a graph?

You can think of it as "a set of nodes/vertices and edges/links". Graphs are referred to "networks" as well.

The picture below displays an example of what is a graph.

Source: geeksforgeeks.org/graph-data-str… Image
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Jan 18
Semantic SEO is definitely something to look out for, today I go through some of the most important concepts, namely the very basics.

Another thread for you 🧵

Let's start by giving some low level definitions of some recurring terms, such as entities and topical maps.

We can say that this is the basis for what we are going to talk about.
An entity can be thought of as as a unique representation of something with a set of attributes.

In other words, the Queen band, for example, is an entity with some characteristics (attributes) like genres and events that help to define them.
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Jan 17
There are some other skills you can use as an #SEO to find new ideas or to diversify your role.

They involve different fields where you can try to expand your knowledge and I think that some mixes can be quite interesting.

This is a thread 🧵
1. Coding: be it web development or any other form, coding can actually improve your logic and make you stronger in Tech SEO.

More and more jobs will probably integrate programming languages and knowing either Javascript or #Python3 can help you in getting started.
2. Data Analytics/Science: they don't involve coding alone, you have to know some mathematical/statistical concepts as well.

This is an interesting mix right now and could prove more invaluable in the next future.

#DataScience #DataAnalytics
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Jan 12
Thread 🧵

A compilation of cool and useful ideas to leverage #Python for #SEO purposes. These are just some ideas on how to improve your workflow (automation) or to gather new insights in a smarter way

1. Sitemap analysis: check content velocity and how much content your competitors have per section. You can also look for most common words in their URLs to have a high-level overview of what they post about
2. Broken link checker: pretty basic. Highly suggested when you need a lightweight function and don't want to launch Screaming Frog or other tools.

It's the most basic use in this list!
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