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LSI related keyowrds and indexing

corrado
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LSI related keyowrds and indexing

Hi guys,

I've read that I have to use at least 7-10 lsi keywords for a better indexing.
But how I choose them? Do I have to choose the ones with less competition or not?
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I do not exactly know what you mean by "lsi keywords" as LSI refers to Latent Semantic Indexing which is a method for indexing and retrieval that can extract the conceptual content of a body of text by establishing associations between those terms that occur in similar contexts. When a search engine uses LSI, it means that you only have to target a certain keyword and you will have the chance to also be ranked for similar keywords that you are not specifically targeting on your page.
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corrado
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faradina wrote:you only have to target a certain keyword and you will have the chance to also be ranked for similar keywords that you are not specifically targeting on your page.


I've read somewhere that if you use in your page the most used keywords used by google to detect the theme of the page, you will be able to rank better.
Micro Niche Finder allows you to detect these keywords, and I've read to use at least 7-10 of these keywords to have a better rankings, but I don't know wich to choose.
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michael025
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Hi Corrado,

I suggest you use Micro Niche Finder to check the keywords you are targeting and try to concentrate on the ones that you feel can convert to sales better....of course having less competition is a plus, and if you can find some then go for it, but try to rank for keywords that would convert to sales....otherwise, you might end up ranking high and getting a lot of traffic, but traffic is useless if you can't convert it to sales..... : )
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jcdean
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faradina wrote:I do not exactly know what you mean by "lsi keywords" as LSI refers to Latent Semantic Indexing which is a method for indexing and retrieval that can extract the conceptual content of a body of text by establishing associations between those terms that occur in similar contexts. .



This is spot on,

This is hitting the nail right on the head. "associations between those terms that occur in similar contexts."

Many people confuse synonyms with LSI words.

If your site was about "making a blog" "creating a blog" would be a synonym.

"post" would be an an example of an LSI key word.

I think that adding a few synonyms per article is helpfull.

LSI will take care of itself by writing natural without slang or Jargon.
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Choose keywords that would flow naturally with your article. You might find this helpful: Latent Semantic Indexing – Using LSI Keywords to Generate Rich and Natural Content Flow
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rankwatch
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LSI stands for Latent Semantic Indexing, are basically keywords that are closely related to your primary keyword like synonyms.

Here's the best guide- https://goo.gl/f4e2R0
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