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    What Do You know About LSI ?

    Can everyone articulate me what is LSI and what are the uses of that.

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    It has been a few years but it seems I remember something called "Latent Semantic Indexing". If I remember correctly, it refers to keywords that would not normally show up in researching your primary keyword but words that Google would expect to be included in an authoritative article about your primary keyword. If you research your article thoroughly and write a unique, high quality article, those words should occur naturally.

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    LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) is used in internet marketing which enables search engines to look not only for keywords but also for words which are close in meaning to keywords and phrases or synonyms.

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    Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) is a system used by Google and other major search engines (Update: read here, thanks for the Tweets, guys) The contents of a webpage are crawled by a search engine and the most common words and phrases are collated and identified as the keywords for the page.
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    LSI is an acronym for Latent Semantic Indexing. It is a procedure or strategy that is utilized by all real web indexes to creep and file all the new data, news or site get on the net as indicated by class and related watchwords so that the aftereffects of hunt questions can be demonstrated effortlessly and quick.

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    “LSI” is the acronym for “Latent Semantic Indexing”. They are simply closely related phrases or synonyms to your main keyword. For instance, if you are targeting “link building”, then some LSI keywords would be:

    “what is link building”
    “building links”
    “link building example”
    “define link building”

    Finding LSI keywords is super easy.

    You can either use Google’s suggest options in the search bar or “Searched related to ___” at the bottom of the search results:

    They are great keywords to you on the page for the main keyword you are trying to rank for.
    Last edited by ConnerJohn121; Jul 05th, 2016 at 03:18 PM.

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    Latent Semantic Indexing came as a direct reaction to people trying to cheat search engines by cramming Meta keyword tags full of hundreds of keywords, Meta description full of more keywords, and page content full of nothing more than random keywords and no subject-related material or worthwhile content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webiletechnologies View Post
    Latent Semantic Indexing came as a direct reaction to people trying to cheat search engines by cramming Meta keyword tags full of hundreds of keywords, Meta description full of more keywords, and page content full of nothing more than random keywords and no subject-related material or worthwhile content.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/...defined/21642/

    Funny how a statistically improbable phrase appears verbatim in your answer. Can you explain this anomaly?
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    Im new to LSI and wouldnt mind a laymans explanation on this. Above someone stated it is terms related to what is being searched that is similar to the keywords you are ranking for. Is this correct? And would there be a tool out here on the world wide web that can suggest these terms for our ease of use?


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