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Why LSI Keywords Should Be A Major Consideration In Your Keyword Research!
LSI Keywords - Four Steps To Incorporate In Your Keyword Research!
1. Long Tail Keywords!
2. LSI Keywords - Latent Semantic Indexing
3. Pinging & Indexing
4. Syndicating on Social Networks
Let’s break these down one at a time.
1. Keyword Research and Long Tail Keywords
These are the single most important aspects to landing your articles on the first page of Google. Since I’ve already done an article and a video on the subject I am going to direct you straight to it. Click Here:
2. LSI Keywords -
Which simply means, Latent Semantic Indexing. (Whatever that heck that is!) It’s actually a complicated term which has a simple definition.
It basically has to do with words and phrases that are related in context and since Google loves related content, LSI Keywords are powerful to use within your articles.
Often times when doing your keyword research you will find an LSI Keyword that ends up being a better keyword than your original. If that’s the case, go with it.
Normally I look for keywords with a monthly global search of 600 to 2000. Anything less is almost a waste of time.In this case I am looking to the future for my keyword and want to secure a solid spot on the first page. There is no guarantee once you hold the first few spots for a keyword that you will remain on top forever, but being early to the party and having some good solid backlinks to that article will give you the edge.
My main keyword is: Multi-Level-Marketing
In the illustration below you will see a list of all words or phrases that Google deems as “Related”. These would be your LSI Keywords. I suggest using 3 to 5 of these LSI Keywords throughout your article for maximum SEO results. I normally choose 2 LSI Keywords that are searched for the most and use those along with some lesser searched LSI Keywords.
Now that your keyword research is done it’s time to come up with a headline. Be sure and use your main keyword or long tail keyword in the title. I also recommend using the main keyword as close to the beginning as possible.
3. Pinging and Indexing
Pinging and indexing your blog post is an important piece of the puzzle and again, I have dedicated an entire blog post to it.
You can find that post here! Pinging your blog will alert the search engines that you have new content for them to index. Please don’t miss this section, going about this the wrong way could get your site banned on Google. It’s not likely but possible so it’s worth the read. There is a great plugin listed in the article that will keep you from over pinging too.
4. Syndicating on Social Networks
This is my last step when putting together a new post.
The first thing I will do is head over to Digg.com and submit my article. You will need to open an account at each of the places mentioned, it’s a simple and time consuming task, but will pay off handsomely if you stick to this script.
Here is a list of the social sites I will syndicate my article on, in this order. Digg, Facebook, & StumbleUpon are the three I do manually. All the rest I can automate by using the OnlyWire Plugin I have installed on my site. At the bottom of each article you will see a “Bookmark & Share” button.
The remaining sites I bookmark to are: Google Bookmarks, Delicious, Bebo, LinkedIn, Netvibes, Scrib, Diigo, MySpace, (yes believe it or not) Plurk, and Yahoo Pulse. At the click of a button I can send to all these sites thanks to OnlyWire. You can create a free account at all of the above and to make life easy on yourself; once you join OnlyWire you can then create an account at each of the sites listed above.
There are hundreds of social bookmarking sites that you can join and I recommend joining as many as you want. It is very time consuming to set because you have to create an account for each site with a username and password. Be sure and start a spreadsheet so you can keep everything organized. It will be well worth the time and effort after everything is in place.
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