Now, we know that Google’s algorithm heavily relies on the context of your content to categorize the search results appropriately. That means it is incredibly important to spend time researching relevant LSI keywords to place in your text.
Ranking high in the search result pages is not merely about the number of SEO keywords, but their combinations are equally, if not more important. So how does one go about identifying the LSI phrases to feature? There are a few methods to reap the power of LSI, and all are very accessible.
The simplest way is not always the worst, especially when it comes to LSI keywords. To make your content appealing to Google, you can simply go straight to the source and see how the search engine functions. Take the topic of your concern, and type it into the Google search bar. Look at the autocomplete suggestions it comes up with.
For example, when typing in the words ‘shoes that’, Google suggests autocompleting the phrases with ‘shoes that make you taller’, ‘shoes that go with everything, ‘shoes that look like feet’, etc. These phrases are good indicators as to what word combinations would be great to include in your content. Simply apply this technique to your relevant topic and its surrounding keywords, and you will have a great starting point.
Another useful method for identifying valuable LSI keywords is to use Google’s ‘searches related to’ section. You will find it on the general search results page. Sometimes these results can overlap with the LSI keywords found in the autocomplete function, but you will likely find at least a few more that are worthy to consider for your content.
The more relevant, high-ranking keywords you collect, the easier it will be to work your content around them tastefully.
We trust you gained some new insight into Latent Semantic Indexing, as well as why LSI is so important for your business. Integrating LSI is certainly not rocket science, but it requires some research on your part.
Thankfully, online platforms such as LSI graph, SEMRush, and Ahrefs are excellent at helping you generate latent semantic indexing terms in no time.
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