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Adventeffect10 7Oct2010 11:22

What is LSI in SEO?
Can anyone please explain me what is LSI ?

engineersgarage 20Oct2010 19:32

Re: What is LSI in SEO?
Latent semantic indexing helps search engines to find out what a web page is all about. It basically means to you that you shouldn't focus on a single keyword when optimizing your web pages and when getting links.
The web pages on your web site should be related and focus mainly on a special topic while using different words that describe the topic. Use variations of your keyword and synonyms. That makes it easier for search engines to determine the topic of your site.

meenuseo 17Dec2010 14:56

Re: What is LSI in SEO?
Hi to all friends this term is new to me thanks for sharing your knowledge.

ozsubasi 28Apr2012 15:34

Re: What is LSI in SEO?

Originally Posted by merryscanlan (Post 94582)
Latent semantic indexing adds an important step to the document indexing process. In addition to recording which keywords a document contains, the method examines the document collection as a whole, to see which other documents contain some of those same words.

This is copied from an article on SEObook:

ozsubasi 28Apr2012 15:38

Re: What is LSI in SEO?
For anyone reading this thread now, Please do not post any further definitions of LSI, it has already been covered.
However, if you have any useful comments regarding its use that have not already been mentioned you are welcome to post them

ozsubasi 1Jun2012 17:52

Re: What is LSI in SEO?
Nothing new of any value is being posted, Thread closed.

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