Semantic interoperability is highly influenced by similarities and differences which exist between ontologies. Ontology matching as a solution for finding corresponding concepts among ontologies has emerged to facilitate semantic based negotiations of applications. This paper presents a method of ontology matching which is based on vectorizing ontologies and estimating their similarity degree. A post processing with two heuristic rules also has been employed to improve the results. The proposed method is successfully applied to the test suit of Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative 2005  and compared to results obtained by other methods. In general the preliminary results are encouraging and we will continue with the results of some other ontology matchers.