SEO Tip: LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords)

SEO Tip: LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords)

Search engines rely on LSI to determine the true meaning of words that have more than one meaning. Absence or presence of LSI words is used to determine the quality of content posted on a website. The new Google algorithm is able to detect and interpret the meanings of different synonyms of each keyword. For example “audi” may mean “car” which means “vehicle” which means “transport”. So there is no need to keep repeating the same keywords over and over again which may run the risk of penalties – says Singapore’s leading SEO company: MediaOne.

Author Bio

Tom Koh is widely recognised as a leading SEO consultant in Asia who has worked to transform the online visibility of the leading organisations such as SingTel, Capitaland, Maybank, P&G, WWF, etc. Recently he was instrumental in consulting for a New York-based US$30B fund in an US$4Bn acquisition. Tom is a Computational Science graduate of the National University of Singapore. In his free time he performs pro-bono community work and traveling.
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