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Anyone using WDF*IDF?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by darulez, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. darulez

    darulez Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Or is this some stupid german shit noone except them uses in that country to sound hip and cool and charge clients premium?
     
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    TF*IDF?
    WDF*IDF?
    LSI?
    WTF*IDK?

    Is this just a fancy way of saying be semantic?

    I've heard people call LSI snake oil, but I fully support using synonymous keywords for a couple reasons, avoiding over optimizing and casting a wider net of keywords.

    When comes to semantics and using contextual keywords, I think it makes a lot of sense. Google Hummingbird is all about matching understanding a user's intent, and matching the best results with their search queries. So, to me, it makes a lot of sense to use words in your content the better describe and contextualize the experience that your website/page provides.

    Also, if you're into this type of thing, this is a really cool tool: https://www.google.com/trends/correlate

    It has given me some good ideas on keywords and topics to connect, or research further.
     
  3. darulez

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    yyeah. for me its just some onpage.org crap to sound cool and hipsterisch for german "seo" agencies and their endless effort to bullshit clients into $$$$ sums and no fuckn linkbuilding behind it to spread the "rank without links".