Sunday, December 30, 2007

Latent Semantic Indexing ( LSI ).

Hi all!

This can be useful for all of you who work with the SEO tricks. It is directly copied from Google:

"Latent semantic indexing (LSI) refers to a search engine's ability to identify synonyms and related words. Using a variety of synonyms and related phrases - and sticking to one topic per page - may help your rankings in search engines. You can also use synonyms in the anchor text of links to your site. At Google, you can find phrases belonging to the same class by doing a search for ~keyword. For example, a search for ~book shows that "manual" and "directory" are treated as related words by Google."

Another useful way to find related words is to use this Google link Latent Semantic Indexing. Just type in a few words, and Google will find related words for you."

Juhani Tontti

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