Network of niche websites launched with semantic publishing technology

Online publishing firm LOUD3R has today launched a network of 25 websites aimed at niche audiences.

The sites, which include NEW3R for gadgets and technology and WOOF3R for dogs, feature a mixture of human input and content generated by semantic technology.

The semantic engine automatically aggregates and filters multimedia content from a ‘source list’ of websites selected by editors. A glossary of terms is created to teach the engine how to identify that content.

“The platform is capable of unsupervised learning, and automatically improves over time through user feedback across the LOUD3R sites,” the release explains.

The publisher plans to launch at least 10 new sites on the network each month

3 thoughts on “Network of niche websites launched with semantic publishing technology

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  2. Lowell Goss

    Hello. This is Lowell Goss, CEO of LOUD3R.

    Thanks for the post. We are very interested in comments and feedback. Please post here or email us at

    It’s important to note that in addition to helping enthusiasts discover great content, LOUD3R also makes it very easy to interact, share and save the stories, photos and videos you find.

  3. Steve Bowbrick

    Interesting. These sites look and sound like link farms. Like the kind of fake sites presented as killer strategies by SEO firms in new business presentations. Content harvested automatically like this is very difficult to give a personality to. The absence of an editor is evident from the current number two story on the home page, an AP story scraped from The Chicago Tribune by the look of it. Headline: ‘Infant’s genitals attacked by 6-month-old puppy’ Just the kind of warm, happy pet story you need to pull in the big audience.

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