Google made a splash in May of 2012 when they announced the Knowledge Graph. The Knowledge Graph is a key component of Semantic Search. Semantic Search aims to get at the real intent of the query, rather than simply matching a page to a search string. A good analogy is that of a headhunter or Author informationTommy LandryTommy Landry has 20 years of experience, with a deep understanding of Social SEO and Online Demand Generation. Operating out of Austin, TX, he consults with clients of all sizes to improve their website performance and lead flow via his company, Return On Now. Find him on Twitter: @tommy_landry.TwitterGoogle+The post Semantic Web: Are You Taking Advantage of Semantic Search? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.