Find the right LSI keywords
The first step in using LSI or keyword phrases is finding suitable keywords. You can either look online, or you can use an industry dictionary. Once you have done some research, write down a list of words that are strongly related to your topic as well as possible keywords you want to experiment with.
Keyword optimization experiments really depend on two things, relevance and demand.
Relevance is basically how relevant the word is to the subject matter of your content. Demand refers to how many people search for something like this.
For example, say you make food recommendations every week for kids’ menus at your restaurant. If no one has ever searched “restaurant menu advice for children,” it will be impossible to know if they exist. On the other hand, if most people searching for child-friendly foods include your name when they ask for suggestions, then you should consider adding children’s menus.
Demand matters because it determines how often you must update your site regarding your topics. For instance, if there’s only 1 person asking about “disease X,” you don’t need to worry too much; however, if thousands of people are seeking information on disease Y, that’s another story.
With enough demand, you could potentially get millions of searches on your keywords. It’s important to note that not all keywords may be appropriate for
Use keyword research tools
LSIkeyworks has partnered with SEOPressor, a quality search engine optimization toolkit that offers an affordable pricing structure for its premium features.
You can start with the free version, or you can purchase the full package.
These tools help you find long-tail keywords that may be related to your homepage topic and then they’re followed by short-cuts to less competitive keyword searches.
In addition to helping you form good habits, this also helps increase traffic to your website.
Consider making little tweaks to your keywording strategy each week to see what works best. By testing different approaches, you’ll notice improvements in your search engine rankings as well as higher visibility and preference among users.
Target your content
Search engine optimization (SEO) is certainly not something that can be “taught”, but there are certain steps you can take to help make your website more optimized.
Before you start typing up any web pages or writing article topics, you’ll want to make sure they’re targeted and focused on what you want people to read.
You may write an article topic list, but it will be no use if you don’t have anyone going into your article directory and reading each one.
Your articles should also include keywords relevant to the subject matter covered that relate to your target keywords, so people who are searching with specific phrases in mind will find their articles easy to search.
Keyword targeting and keyword usage are really two sides of the same coin. Without using targeted language, you won’t get much traffic or business from Google – even with the most widely used keywords.
There’s a reason the top blogs in our field all stick close to home and personal stories. It works!
It’s because those stories are valuable, emotional, and useful – just like us human beings.
We know this stuff is true, we see it every day, so why not leverage that knowledge?
Create content with keywords in mind
When you do this, you’re not only promoting your website or product but also what you have to say. And because you’re finding a way to incorporate those words into your content, people can understand you better when they read it.
You want your visitors to take action and become fans or followers of yours. You don’t want them to just go through the site and look around; you want them to feel like there is a reason for them to return to that spot again and again.
The easiest way to create rich content with focused keyword terms is by creating content that focuses on one topic and incorporates several related keywords.
For example, if you are writing about football strategies, you would consider including the game itself as well as passing tips, overall strategy pieces, etc. By doing this, you ensure no detail goes undocumented while at the same time introducing potential readers to the material you plan to cover in future articles.
This introduces eye-catching content and improves user experience (UX). More often than not, blogging tools include easy ways to grab hold of a readable draft of your work, which enhances reader satisfaction.
Your users’ interactions with your brand will make or break your reputation when searching online including reviews, ratings, and conversations about their experiences using your products/services.
Use proper h1, h2, h3 tags
Properly tagging your pages with HML (HTML Meta) labels gives those web browsers with search engines that are capable of doing so, other information about what each page is about.
More important than what the browser knows at the start site of the search is whether or not the keyword-rich webpage has been tagged and listed in the search engine database.
That means that if the website does have content relating to the keyword, it will appear in the results when people do an internet search containing the specific term.
The more times the keyword appears in the linked document, the higher it’s ranking as valuable content material. Therefore, using keywords throughout your web pages makes them much easier to find and link to which helps towards improved SEO (Search Engine Optimization).