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Why You’ll Love The Semantic Seduction Theme

Semantic Seduction – A Genesis WordPress theme with improved and enhanced Schema.org markup for website owners who want improved search results, more visitors &  better profits.
Initial Release Date: March 4, 2014
Current Version: 1.0.0 – Released: March 04, 2014
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How to install

Why you’ll love the Semantic Seduction Theme

The Semantic Seduction theme enhances the semantic markup of the standard by correcting and adding additional schema.org mark-up to your site. Using this theme ensures you get the best possible chance of rich snippets being displayed in the SERP’s which improves your search visibility leading to improved CTR and profits. Developed by the semantic team at Mutual Advantage and Network Empire this theme is smart and will display the appropriate schema.org markup for each page type below  automatically:

  • Your home page
  • Your about page
  • Your contact us page
  • Standard WordPress pages
  • Standard WordPress posts
  • Search pages


By default Semantic Seduction also corrects, improves or adds Schema.org mark-up for:

  • Your page and post headlines –
  • The description of your pages and posts – see below
  • Your pages main content area
  • Your posts main content area
  • Images in posts and pages content area
  • The URL of your page or post
  • The URL where to reply with comments
  • The comment interaction count – how many people have left comments
Post & Page description markup

We’ve adapted the Genesis’ powerful meta description function to markup and add your post or page description into the content loop.

Choice of Five Colour Palettes

In addition to the standard Genesis default colour scheme, Semantic Seduction gives you four additional colour schemes to use.

Semantic Seduction Green colour schemeSemantic Seduction blue colour schemeSemantic Seduction red colour scheme

Semantic Seduction orange colour scheme

Even the standard theme looks great.

Standard semantic seduction colour scheme

Unlimited Site Use

Until we come to our senses, unlike some themes where you need to buy a license for each site you want to use your theme with, you currently get an unlimited personal use license with Semantic Seduction.  Buy it once and if you have 100 sites you can use it on all of them.

* We reserve the right to remove unlimited personal use at any point.
** You will need to order a license for each of your clients sites.

Free updates

We’re also going to be adding to and improving this theme and you’ll get free updates for at least the next 12 months during this launch period.

Get this theme now.

Remember this is a Genesis Theme and you need to have the Genesis Framework installed on you blog for Semantic Seduction to work. If you don’t have Genesis yet you can get it here (link opens in a new window).To order the Semantic Seduction theme either: click on the button below or see the special offer below this button and save yourself $19.99 😉

Click to buy now for $39.97

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What’s Special About The Semantic 2014 Theme

Semantic 2014 – A child theme enhanced with Schema.org markup for the default WordPress Twentyfourteen theme.
Initial Release Date: February 7, 2014
Current Version: 1.1.0 – Released: February 15, 2014
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How to install
How To Update Notes: Important – As with any theme update backup your database and files. Then click the auto-update button. Alternatively download the latest version, unpack the zip file and upload via FTP.

What makes Semantic 2014 special


The Semantic 2014 child theme enhances the original default theme by adding in schema.org mark-up which will ensure you get the best possible chance of benefiting from rich snippets being displayed in the SERP’s and improving your search visibility. This will lead to improved CTR and profits.Developed by the team at Mutual Advantage and Network Empire this theme is smart and differentiates between:

  • Your home page
  • Your about page
  • Your contact us page
  • Standard pages
  • Standard posts
  • Search pages

it will display the appropriate schema.org markup for each page type automatically.

By default Semantic 2014 also adds Schema.org mark-up for:

  • Your page and post headlines
  • The description of your pages and posts – see below
  • Your pages main content area
  • Your posts main content area
  • Images in posts and pages content area
  • Post author’s name as a separate itemtype
  • The URL of your page or post
  • Intelligent Page and post published and updated dates
  • The URL where to reply with comments
  • All of your post and pages comments – each one individually wrapped
  • The comment interaction count – how many people have left comments
  • Detect if you are using RDFa Breadcrumbs plugin and use them
  • and more …

and if that’s not enough to get your juices flowing and whet your appetite Semantic 2014 theme also:

  • Detects if you have updated your post since the day it was originally published and if you have, it automatically adds the date you updated your post which is also marked up.

The date published
when you update a post it changes to
updated date shown

  • Uses smart description markup, what’s that? This theme will use either your post or page excerpt or the first 35 works of your content if you don’t have an excerpt. This may well be different to your meta description and we recommend you don’t use this powerful feature to try and game the search engines.

Get this theme now.

Either click on button below or see the special offer below this button and save yourself $14.99 😉

Click to buy now for $29.97

Get Your Special Offer Launch Price below 🙂

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Whats New in the Semantic Pinboard Theme

Important Update: The Semantic Pinboard Child theme has been replaced with Semantic PinVid,  a stand-alone theme which has other enhancements and benefits.  You can order it here.

Initial release: Semantic Pinboard – A child theme for the Pinboard Theme
Date: January 7, 2014
Current Version: 1.0.5 – Released: February 04, 2014
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How To Update Notes: Important – Backup your PinBoard settings or you will lose them.  Then either click the auto-update button or download the latest version, unpack the file and upload via FTP. Then reimport your settings.

The initial release of our Semantic Pinboard theme enhances the original Pinboard theme by adding conditional schema.org mark-up to ensure you get the best possible chance of improving your search rankings and benefiting from rich snippets being displayed in the SERP’s.


This video demonstrates how the Semantic Pinboard child theme intelligently adds relevant Schema.org markup to posts and pages, your about us page and your contact us page and your search results pages. Having your site marked up correctly will enhance your search listings which in turn can lead to more people visiting your website when Google and other search engines apply rich snippets to your quality content.

This theme is smart and differentiates between:

  • Your home page
  • Your about page
  • Your contact us page
  • Standard pages
  • Standard posts
  • Search pages

displaying the appropriate schema.org markup for each page type.

Semantic Pinboard also adds by default Schema.org mark-up for:

  • Post and page author’s name
  • Your pages main content area
  • Your posts main content area
  • Page and post published date
  • Your Page and post headlines
  • Images in posts and pages
  • Post and page comments
  • Interaction count for likes
  • Segments each individual user comment
  • Corrects hatom-feed errors in the original theme

and if that’s not enough to whet your appetite Semantic Pinboard also:

  • Segments the home page so that every post or page becomes a webpageelement in it’s own right
  • – making each post or page ‘pin’ a schema.org property in it’s own right with individual markup for:- the image, the headline,  the URL link, the author’s name, the

AND Semantic Pinboard also

  • Enhances your sites search results
  • – making each search result a property in it’s own right with individual markup for:
  • – the image, the headline,  the URL link, the author’s name, the post/page description and the date published