what are the uses of Latent Semantic Indexing?

Aug 11, 2017 04:35 AM 1 Answers Search engine optimization
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Is Latent Semantic Indexing is more efficient than regular seo techniques. please share your ideas on LSI

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Aug 11, 2017

The term “latent semantic indexing” is just technical SEO jargon. You’ve probably heard of LSI keywords as their more common name – the long tail keyword (they aren’t exactly long tail keyword, but they are relevant in many cases.)

The LSI system that Google has implemented into its new algorithm is basically an indexing and retrieving technique that identifies patterns in the relationship of concepts and terms that are contained in a text. Basically, it allows it to better match up content with the intent of user queries. LSI keywords, therefore, help improve the quality of the content that users are provided with. This, in turn, means that the use of LSI keywords will help improve your page ranking.

One of the benefits of the LSI system is that it helps to cut down on poor quality content that is stuffed with keywords.
For example, an article could use the keyword “car repair” repeatedly, whereas another article could use the same keyword but also have LSI keywords such as “auto repair” and “car troubleshooting.” The article with the LSI keywords is more likely to match up the user query of “car repair.”

we had free LSI keyword research tool here LSIGraph

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