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Stuffing your page with semantic details is a great way to
win yourself some serious web-nerd cred. But even hard-
core web developers need some sort of payoff to make
the extra work (and the messier markup) worthwhile. It's
nice to think about a world of super-smart, semantically
aware browsers, but right now the cold, hard reality is
that web surfers have little more than a few experimental
and little-known browser plug-ins.
Fortunately, there is another reason to embrace rich se-
mantics: search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is the
art of making your website more visible in a search en-
gineā€”in other words, making it turn up more often in a
results page, helping it get a better ranking for certain
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