Web content is defined as the use of hypertext, hyperlinks, and an information sharing model based on web pages. Websites are mainly categorized as being a certain type according to its content. HTML is still the main way content is shared. Millions of websites are still structured according to a common idea at their core. Bloggers often aren’t even aware their pages are authored in HTML. Having a blog can serve various purposes – promoting a business, product or ideology – but the reason blogs have become so common is that they are seen as written by a real human being with his / her own view of the world and perspective. Sometimes this really is the case. Sometimes blogs are written by ghostwriters. Either way, they’ve become an increasingly powerful tool used by content marketers who want to increase their site’s traffic and obtain a higher rank in the search engine results.
Article writing with keywords is not the same as web content writing, where the specific keyword type and density matters and the writing is based on specific research. Web content is not limited to text – it may include visual images, videos, sounds, animations and anything else you notice on a website. This extends to documents, applications, data, e-services, personal web pages, and even drafts and archived e-mail messages.
Search engine sites consist mainly of HTML content, but the approach to revealing information is structured differently. There are thousands of ways to deliver information on a website, but there is a common approach to SEO that needs to be perceived as an advisory of ways to deliver it. Most search engines today are text-based, and text is, therefore, a key component of content. Without original text content, it is not possible to match queries to the content of a site. A website that is structured as a “content farm” does not offer high-quality content in the vast majority of cases. Its sole aim is to bring visitors to the site. Consequently, these sites have what is referred to as a high bounce rate, meaning that people quickly leave the site when they see that it doesn’t contain relevant information or whatever information they may need, but only a list of search terms. If the content is relevant and helpful, the bounce rate is lower as people stay on the site longer.
The Internet is a key element of technology, which is at the core of our existence today. However, it is far from the only form of technology, or even the fastest-developing type. Artificial intelligence is a key aspect of modern technology. It is developing so fast that some scholars have even expressed concern that “robots will turn against us” (most notably Stephen Hawking).
One of the best-known and most widely supported arguments in favor of artificial intelligence is that of friendly artificial intelligence (FAI) by renowned AI researcher and expert Eliezer Yudkowsky. According to him, humanity has the potential to develop FAI that is able to implement human values and morals to an extent so reliable as to have the power to do good and not evil.