A pair of bloggers has launched a semantically powered resource website for moms, WikiMommy.com. According to the website, “There are millions of mommy blogs and sites all over the internet. From blogs to giveaways, reviews, recipes, money saving tips, etc., moms contribute a considerable amount of information in various areas of the web. WikiMommy is here to collaborate all those wonderful thoughts and valuable insights and information into one site, where visitors from all over the world can find the info that comes from the best source – mom’s world.”

The article notes, “WikiMommy uses Semantic MediaWiki, which offers keywords better placement in the search engines. All data created within Semantic MediaWiki can easily be published via the Semantic Web, allowing other systems to use this data seamlessly. Also interesting to note is the fact that WikiMommy is being built and powered by the same software used by Wikipedia. Wikipedia has been one of the highest traffic “contributors” of the web. Why? They have clean extensions, systems, software, and of course a highly advanced group of experts and editors who constantly monitor the site’s information.”

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