Boost Website Traffic With LSI Keywords

Last Update: June 03, 2019

What Are Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords?

Hi Folks

Members who read my WA Blogs have often asked me how do I manage to get indexed and ranked so quickly with them. My simple answer would be research and doing my due diligence with keyword research. This has always been the tried and tested way to find great keywords.

But its not just down to finding the right keyword. You should also have secondary keywords, or as some would say - LSI Keywords.

What are they I hear you ask?

What Are LSI Keywords?

Latent Semantic Indexing are basically secondary keywords that are semantically related to your main keyword. However they are not just synonyms or keywords that are similar in meaning. LSI keywords are also keywords that are sentimentally related with your primary keyword

In the past, keywords would easily rank a webpage just by inserting large amounts into an article or blog. However you should be aware that this practice of stuffing what you publish full of keywords will be punished by the search engines.

So what can you do to prevent being penalized?

Enter LSI Keywords To Save The Day!

These are essentially secondary keywords in support of your primary keyword that are related to the keywords that you audience are using to find what they are looking for, and Google does this by using a system known as LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing). In a nutshell, its based on user search patterns and behaviour. Simply put, how one keyword search is usually linked to another keyword search.

Google has confirmed that by using these type of secondary keywords your post or page will rank better. This makes a great deal of sense because people are searching for the same keyword in various ways. Using LSI Keywords your page will seem to include all the other relevant and related indexing by the Latent Semantic Analysis.

Ok folks there you have it and for those of you who haven't used this method of getting your site posts indexed and ranked or perhaps have never heard of it then I suggest you give it a go. It does work.

The first link below takes you to a blog that gives great tips and advice on how to find LSI Keywords to give your SEO a boost to generate more traffic.

Boost SEO Traffic With LSI Keywords

And here's another one to an LSI Keyword Generator

LSI Keyword Tool

Here's an SEO Analyzer Tool For A Report On Low Performance Posts

Read the blog and try out the tools. Nothing ventured, nothing gained as they say.

Have a great weekend and be successful.

Robert Allan

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Twillmon34 Premium
Thanks for the information and it was very helpful.

Theo
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Robert-A Premium
No probs Theo and glad to pass on my tips and advice to my fellow members.
Enjoy your Friday.
Robert
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juliaoien Premium
Thank you, great eye-opener.
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Robert-A Premium
Hello Julia and thank you for reading my blog and for your comment.
Hope you went away with a tip or two.
Enjoy your Friday.
Robert
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Donnie58 Premium
Great post, Robert!

I knew about LSI Keywords already, but that tip of looking at the bottom of the page is one I hadn't thought about. Thanks for that tip!
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Robert-A Premium
Hello Don and thank you for reading the blog.
Glad to have helped you out with at least one tip.
Have a great Friday.
Robert
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Donnie58 Premium
Thank you, you too, and a great weekend, as well, Robert!
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TeresaS1 Premium
Thank you! I appreciate the help. Good luck to your success!
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Robert-A Premium
No probs Teresa and hope the content of the blog was of some use to you.
Thank you for reading it and have a great Friday.
Robert
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accad Premium
How can Google analyze a keyword in other language or dialects?
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Robert-A Premium
Jimmy when I say Google analyses vocabulary, language and semantics I don't mean a different language than English.
Its the way that words are being used within a post - the 'Language' used not a different language than English.

However Google can translate just about every language on the planet so if your site is in another language you can be sure it will get indexed and ranked the same as one in English.
But the content must be written in that language as it is spoken and not as a direct translation.

You must have heard that old saying - Something got lost in translation.

This is so true when you are writing in a foreign language.
Hope this answers your question and thank you for taking the time to read my blog.
Have a great Friday.
Robert
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accad Premium
Yes, I just wonder how it does.
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Robert-A Premium
Its the wonder that is Google Jimmy and even the best seo experts can't tell you how its done.
Have a great Saturday.
Robert
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accad Premium
Have a great weekend too.
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