Bit of an odd question for you.
Let`s say I`m trying to rank content for a query that`s basically an analogy – A is to B as C is to D. But the user doesn`t know what "C" is in this scenario. But "C" is covered in my content and should be considered relevant enough by Google to rank for this term as the definitive answer.
Would this be considered "contextual search optimization"? Or does this have another name/term?
Or is this not technically "contextual search" as we define it because that`s more based on the user/history/location/etc., vs the query in this scenario?
Thanks for any thoughts.