What is Co-citation and Co-occurrence?

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What is Co-citation and Co-occurrence?
« on: 03-20-2017, 00:48:41 »
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Re: What is Co-citation and Co-occurrence?
« Reply #1 on: 03-20-2017, 23:39:58 »
Co-citation and co-occurrence are an alternative to traditional link building for SEO. While definitions vary, co-citation happens when website A links to websites B and C. In this scenario, websites B and C are said to be related through co-citation because they both are linked from website A.

Co-occurrence refers to the text before and after a hyperlink.

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Re: What is Co-citation and Co-occurrence?
« Reply #2 on: 03-21-2017, 01:41:07 »
Co-occurrence is the term used to describe the frequency and proximity of keywords appearing on a website as well as the relationship between them. Latent Semantic Indexing is fundamentally linked with co-occurrence.

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Re: What is Co-citation and Co-occurrence?
« Reply #3 on: 03-21-2017, 23:59:03 »
It is very simple and easy to understand like. Website A and Website B both link to Website C and Website D, but Website A & Website B don't link to each other. However, Website A & Website B are linked by means of co-citation.
Co-citation, then, establishes a relationship between two sites, even though there are no links between those two sites
Co-occurrence is the term used to describe the frequency and proximity of keywords appearing on a website as well as the relationship between them. Latent Semantic Indexing is fundamentally linked with co-occurrence

 

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