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Writers do not just spell out a word using a word without a word, they spell out a subject or subject.
WARNUNG: Keysword focussed search engine optimization is a fast way to be punished! Undoubtedly, it allows me to get an easy night's rest when I know Google loves my contents and wants to take them to the top of the SERP rankings. Never mind the old stylistic keyword-focused search engine optimization, where you get a search engine ranking for keywords you want, and optimizing your page around this particular item and a few of it's syonyms.
I have been using my own method for addressing topics since 2005. Today, latent syntactic scripting, LSI, thematization (all the same thing) is widespread and generally acceptable. Just means that words and words do not separate. There are special subject words and sentences for every subject you want to post about, which are awaited on the page.
When these words are lacking, the contents may not be very good. If you have written a rating for the Nikon D300 SLR for example, do not concentrate on the key words "Nikon D300 Review", but work in related words and sentences like these: We' ll take a closer look at LSI and the thematisation.
Because the software was published so long ago, some folks think that thematization and LSI are no longer pertinent in today's world. You will not only see almost every page in Google results that follows LSI's fundamental technologies, but you will also see proof that LSI is becoming increasingly important to the rankings, not less.
What is the best way to build LSI for better website topicing? Use themeing to optimise for any given word, but actually optimise your page for hundred or even thousand of related longtail words. As a matter of fact, Google tries to erase ALL SERP contents if they are "designed" for good placement by optimising them for certain cues.
To use a single word 3 to 5x every 100 words within an item is simply not normal. In the past, Google wanted to use these "clues" to tell what a page is all about, but today it regards this kind of keyword-focused contents as spamming. Assume you are identifying the wording "How does it work?
Old keyword-focused methods would be to get this sentence in the heading, H1 headers, opening heel, etc. If you read the story, you know which sentence was taken into focus by the master because you would see it repeatedly where it wasn't actually necessary. That is, it was squeezed into the contents to get it into ranking for that particular sentence.
One physician would be writing about "How does it work?" without concentrating on certain key words. You can use the precise catchphrase, but only where it makes perfect reading. There' s no obligation to get that sentence into the object's frame. Instead, the paper would of course be composed with words and sentences when needed, as part of the best possible paper on the subject.
There is no question the paper would have words like: diabetes, glycose, insulin, regulating, pancreatic, blood, circulatory, hepatic, muscular, beta-cells, secretions, globulin, etc.. The following are the subject words and expressions that are needed in a relevant paper on "How does it work? When you use one of these methods, you focus on one master word sentence (OK, you also scatter synonyms), while in the other you focus on the subject.
Do you think that when a reporter receives a letter for a new item in a journal, he should put it around the sentence "blue widgets"? Is it more likely that they will be writing an essay on "how to make our life so much simpler with them? Do you see how the first is keyword-focused, and the second is subject (or subject)-focussed?
So you need to begin to think about the contents. Repeats an essay that has been typed by an authority on a subject, the same sentence with a 1% weight? You will use the words and sentences that NEED TO USE to create the best possible articles on the subject.
It tells you the words and sentences you need to use on ANY subject as if you were an exper. This is done by analysing the top ranking page in Google for the phrase you are aiming at and brings up the words and phrases used on these pages.
Finally, if Google organizes them well, it must think that they are the best items on this subject. When you think of the contents you are writing on your website, do you come across someone who knows the subject you are writing about? Will someone really be learning everything by reading your article, or is it just released on your site to try to get an Adsense click?
When someone began viewing your story, would they want to see the whole thing, or would they think the story was totally flaky and click the back butt? When Google's technologies can imitate people' s behaviour, your contents must be for people. Let us assume you have found the following sentence with good potentials - cupric acid dishwashers - and would like to post an essay about it.
Which words are to be found in a good paper about cuprins? As an example we take the term "copper sinks": The fact that 1,150,000 pages are the number of pages Google knows are spelled about the subject of flushing cupre. Scrolling to the end of the results for this sentence takes us to this page:
However, where it becomes more interesting, is that EVERY keyword has a similar pattern. ESSENTIAL thematic words contain a high proportion of ESSENTIAL thematic words. If you enter the keyword ASCII, you get about 5. Each of the top 10 pages that stand for the word "astigmatism" contains the following words:
This shouldn't come as a real shock, but what if I tell you that the following words have appear on at least 9 of the top 10 results for the keyword astigmatism: These are 39 topic words that can be found on at least 7 of the top 10 pages. How could it be as easy as to think that premium contents contain a key sentence of topic words and sentences?
Googles only rated 146 items for the word asttigatism. A further 26 million pages on this subject are not worth seeing. Have you noticed that the rankings at the end of the results also contain a large part of the subject words? This is because all the pages on the results page contain these words, and these words are IMPORTANT for the subject of the match.
As of the date of writing, Google is showing only 299 results for this notion. This is the overview of the results, showing the location of the web pages under test and the percentages of topic words used. There were 383 results for this keyword in Google. The 47 topic words were found on 7 of the top 10 pages in Google that were rated for the word pregnancy onset.
The pages in the principal index were over 70% of the 47 topic words in this case. Of the work I have done, I have seen over and over again that the pages in the principal index are on general well thematized around a key sentence of topic words. âThis is really what you would want from a top of the range item if you think about it.
When your articles should be instructive and should deal with the subject, you would need words like: It' s not possible to make a good story on the subject without most of these words. You have seen here that Google classifies well-topical, high-quality contents in its major index.
Since 2005 I have been working with topics. It' my not so secretive way of organizing my own contents.
There is more good tidings for those who discuss their contents........ You will never have to optimise longtail contents again! The topic of a page "optimizes" your page for long cunnels. But keep in mind that I've been addressing my contents for years, so I still have information I gathered before Google began to hide key words from us.
Last month this page was found for 247 DIFFERENT keywords. DIFFERENT 1632 long caudal fin. Let's look at another example from the same page: . 3078 DIFFERENT Ciphertext! These pages have of course been arranged for a large number of different keywords. They were so popular because they could absorb long-tail transport because they were well thematised and included all pertinent topic words.
These are the same subject words as the longtail words themselves. But as you can guess, very few (if any) of the longtail sentences for which the page was ordered were found on the website itself. An LSI keyword cloud. Topic articles to review the topic of your paper. Comes with a note & grabber function for research.