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What is the difference between Kalicube’s approach and other platforms like inLinks and WordLift?

Kalicube’s approach to educating Google about a brand and its services differs from other platforms like inLinks and WordLift, primarily due to its focus on Cornerstone Entities. Kalicube’s method involves creating a solid foundation by concentrating on the Entity Home—a specific page on the brand’s website that serves as the primary source for Google to understand information about the brand. Kalicube ensures that this page contains clear and corroborated data that aligns with information from other sources, which aids in managing a Knowledge Panel.

On the other hand, WordLift operates by building an internal Knowledge Graph for your website. It helps structure content around entities and creates rich snippets that can be understood by search engines like Google. This process aims to improve content findability and enhance audience targeting.

In contrast, inLinks focuses on topical authority by using Wikipedia references as a benchmark for understanding topics. It helps websites structure content around these topics to establish relevance and authority within specific subject areas.

While all three platforms aim at improving visibility and understanding of entities within search engines, Kalicube prioritizes cleaning up a brand’s digital ecosystem through focused attention on Cornerstone Entities; WordLift builds an internal Knowledge Graph tailored to your site; and inLinks leverages topical Wikipedia references for establishing subject matter authority.

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