Latent Semantic Indexing and Keywords for Higher SEO
Finding LSI keywords for your content is not really hard, just explaining your website page or post in a natural way will automatically create LSI keywords. But there are some very easy ways to find them and here are two areas of Google that will help. Just type in your keyword in the Google search bar and Google instant will display some other relevant LSI keywords, see below image.
Another way is to do a search for your keyword and then scroll down to the bottom of the page to view more related selections, see below image. Those are the two easy ways to find some LSI keywords.
Remember, an LSI keyword does not have to contain the target keyword. For the keyword “vegetable juicing” the words taste, sweet, nutritious, drink, organic produce, and many others are all LSI keywords. Then there are free LSI keyword generating tools you can find on Google.
PLAN OF ACTION
I just want to advise you to not go LSI keyword happy with your content. Matter of fact this is what I do when creating content. I first create my content the normal way by placing the keyword in the title, early in first paragraph, and once more near the end of the content.
Then when I finish writing the content I proofread it out loud. If it sounds a little off with the repetition of certain words, I will try to use some synonyms or other words so that the content reads more naturally and not so artificial. If I cannot think of any words to use only then do I use the LSI tool to find related replacements.
Basically I want my content to read and flow naturally and sometimes that means to just write and forget about finding the right keyword. Writing and publishing content is far more important than wasting time trying to come up with that perfect keyword.
This is another reason why when I hear someone ask me if they should change the keyword of a published piece of content, because they just found a better keyword, I tell them to not make the change. It is much better to just write new content with the new found keyword. Making the change could harm the SEO because of the already indexed content and LSI keywords.NEXT UP = Why you need to stop obsessing so much on your main keyword