I am a maker of digital products currently living in Amsterdam.
As a data scientist with originally an interaction design background,
I enjoy working with machine learning data problems that require human input.

ContentTagger - An easy way to provide structured data to your website.

🤔 Problem

I work a lot with SEO and lately I got frustrated because of all the different formats that are required to support rich data snippets for Google, Facebook etcetera. But then I came across a TED talk about linked data:

This was exactly what I wanted. But the right tags with domain classes etcetera where kinda hard to structure. So here comes the solution.

🛠 Solution

ContentTagger automatically shows you the ‘child’ attributes from a chosen domain or range attribute so it becomes more easy to select something. On top of that I’m able to pass a link with the code to Google Structured Data Developer console and Facebook Graph, so easy testing! In the future I want to add more schemas (currently only schema.org) and create a library which you can use to query linked data yourself with SparQL.

alt text Labeling starts with the most abstract objects.


alt text ContentTagger takes parent-attribute objects into account when showing available objects.