Linguistics is the scientific study of language. There are broadly three aspects to the study, which include language form, language meaning, and language in context. The earliest known activities in the description of language have been attributed to Pāṇini around 500 BCE, with his analysis of Sanskrit in Ashtadhyayi.Language can be understood as an interplay of sound and meaning. The discipline that studies linguistic sound is termed as phonetics, which is concerned with the actual properties of speech sounds and non-speech sounds, and how they are produced and perceived.
Posts about Linguistics
  • Bloggers Best Posts From 2014

    … of 2014 is written by Gianluca, in which he questions the way SEOs are currently thinking about their field of expertise: ” From Semantic to Semiotic. The next evolution of Search Marketing” The way search engines are developing during the past 2 years is sometimes diffiicult to understand if you haven’t studied mathematics, physics and linguistics…

    Samantha Noble/ State of Digitalin Paid Search SEO Mobile- 21 readers -
  • Are Your Big Words Causing Small Headaches?

    … that they’re measuring content via 21 different metrics, which can be broadly classified into the audience match, linguistics, and structure. These are also backed up by common sense descriptions that allow you to get a quick sense of why your content isn’t where it should be (if it isn’t) and what you can do to fix it. Another somewhat similar tool…

    Randy Milanovic/ KAYAK ONLINE MARKETING BLOG in Content- 4 readers -
  • Co-Occurrence as a Ranking Signal

    …) - Common mentions online (conferences, events, interviews, social posts) *ACO = Author Co-Occurrence, TCO = Title Co-Occurrence I decided to test this with other people. Choosing a common name would have returned too many individuals blended within Google Books results. That would have been difficult to analyse so I only interviewed people…

    Dan Petrovic/ DEJAN SEOin SEO Google Facebook Twitter- 15 readers -