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Some LSI questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackhatsami, Mar 3, 2016.

  1. blackhatsami

    blackhatsami Regular Member

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    I have started a blog website where i generally write about 1000 words per article. I usually put the exact match keyword once in each paragraph of ~100 words. This then allows me to have a keyword density of ~1% (is that too low?). As I target long-tail keywords, putting the exact match keyword many times in 100 words will look very spammy.

    I also want to incorporate LSI keywords into my paragraphs. I was hoping to put 1 unique LSI in each paragraph.

    Thoughts on this?

    Thanks.
     
  2. blackbeans

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    LSI means that the keyword saturation for your exact match keyword or general target keyword is too high.

    Focus more on natural repetition.

    It means your mention of your target keyword should have a natural flow.

    We're not just talking natural in terms of quantity.

    We are also talking about quality.

    It has to have a direct, thematic and logical relationship to what you're talking about.

    As far as LSI keywords are concerned, this should not be a problem because LSI naturally occurs based on the logical

    flow of your content.

    You just have to look at the most logical keywords that would naturally arise from the flow of your discussion.