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LSI Keywords

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dave124, Oct 30, 2016.

  1. dave124

    dave124 Registered Member

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    Do you guys use all the keywords in one article or each keyword for each article?
    Does these keywords really bring traffic if we ranked in top place? The keywords I mean that are at the bottom of Google search results.
     
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    What it used to be is, write a 5000 word article, and include all of your LSI. Spread it around. I don't think that works anymore, though with how content reigns supreme right now, it might.
     
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    How about 2 or 3 keywords in one article?
    I thought one keyword in title would rank in top place than the article had 5000 words with all LSI.
    Can you suggest me the best answer? should I use one keyword for one article.
     
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    Again, you need to watch your keyword density, which you can use an online checker to manage your percentage. You should be testing keyword stuffing yourself, everyone has different experiences. Mine were both good and bad. For larger articles (2000 words+) you should use LSI keywords. You can lace your normal articles (500-1500 words) with 2-3 keywords and it will be fine, just have them relate to the original keyword.
     
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    Well this time Ill try to apply some keywords in articles might be 2 and see how they bring traffic.
     
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    2 is fine. Personally, I've seen better results when I write longer articles and slide more keywords in. I prefer to get 1000-2500 word articles out because I can push more keywords. 500+ is when I'm feeling lazy and only have 15 minutes to spare.
     
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    It's tough for me since, but at this time trying to figure out. Do you use any bold text or headings for these keywords in the article?