Hello World: February 2021

⭐️ "Whatever your life's work is, do it well." - Martin Luther King Jr

🌍 Content to check out

SEO Pythonistas

As a wonderful tribute to Hamlet and the SEO Python community he helped to cultivate, Charly Wargnier (@datachaz) has created this website to collect contributions of the amazing Python projects those in the SEO community have created. In addition, the collection of Hamlet’s priceless contributions to the SEO Community are also featured.

Rank Sense Webinar : Website Categorization with Tensorflow and Python

The latest webinar in RankSense’s series features Daniel Heredia where he demonstrated his script for automating the categorisation of websites with meta titles and descriptions using Supervised Learning.

How I Analyzed Millions of Log Files with Python

Moshe Ma-yafit created a super cool script for log file analysis, this post explains how the script works and the visualisations it is able to display including Google Bot Hits By Device, Daily Hits by Response Code, Response Code % Total and more!

☀️ Projects

Introducing Wiki Topic Grapher

Another amazing Streamlit project by Charley Wargnier, this app leverages the power of Google’s NLP to retrieve entity relationships from Wikipedia URLs or topics. Use cases include: Researching any topic and getting entity associations that exist from that seed topic or finding out how well you’ve covered a specific topic on your website.

🌱 Inspiration

Learning SEO

The ever amazing Aleyda Solis has put together a roadmap for everyone on their SEO learning journey, from the basics, to executing SEO processes as well as areas of specialisation and how to automate SEO tasks (hello Python). The learning SEO site also features a list of the best & free reliable resources for each section of the roadmap.

💙 D&I;

Diversity and Inclusion in Marketing in 2021: Why has nothing changed?

The work that Azeem is doing to bring light to the issues with Diversity and Inclusion in our industry is soo incredible and this post is an important read for everyone. It also features a powerful contribution from Saffron Shergill.