LSI stands for Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords. One way of describing them would be the keywords that defines the targeted keywords. For example if you are targeting the search term "gain muscle" then typical LSI's would be "reps", "build muscle", "cardio", "weights", "protein". Hopefully you can see these are all the words (just some in this scenario) that Google associates with your primary keyword of "gain muscle". If you have all of the common LSI's in your content then Google knows you've covered the topic in detail and in general they will rank you higher in the SERPs because of this. They themselves have confirmed this. Semantically related words are an incredibly easy way to turbo charge your content.
Power LSI Finder is a desktop application that allows users to enter their niches keywords and Power LSI Finder will scrape Google in the background finding all the websites (up to 500 deep) that rank for that keyword. Once these websites (Google results) have been scraped it will crawl them all extracting their article content. Once its collected all this information it will aggregate all found LSIs from single 1 word LSIs to long tail 4 word LSIs. It not only does this for the content of all these websites it does it for the headers (h1 through to h6), keywords, title and description also. This is an extremely powerful keyword tool.
SEO has amazing ROI (return on investment), if you write a fantastic indepth article it can bring you traffic for years. However many SEO novices neglect to do indepth research and find all the possible LSIs for their primary keywords. If those LSIs are not present then Google can not be sure you've covered the topic indepth or at least to the same level as your competitors. This tool s allows you to find these gems and make use of them easily. You don't need to be technical at all you just enter your keyword and click start.
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Hi guys it's Jamie from MaxResultsSEO.com in this video, I'm going to show you how to use my power LSI finder tool. So first off what this does is it basically allows you to enter your primary keyword, such as gain weight and the tool will scrape Google for all the results for that keyword from any depth you like. From ten results, even up to five hundred, and then it will rip all the content off those websites. Then it will process them to figure out what the LSI's for that keyword are. So for those of you who don't know what LSI's are. It stands for latent semantic indexing, so you don't really need to know what that actually means.In terms of you know, algorithmic terms, but basically LSI's are the keywords that google associates with your main keyword. So in this instance, we've got the main keyword of gain muscle and an LSI for that would be reps, and you know weight protein muscles. You know that kind of thing, basically words that are associated and that are normally in the content related to your primary keyword now LSI's are really important because it says to google that you know you've covered the topic in depth, so if it can find most of LSI's it associates your primary keyword, then they know you've covered it in depth and they'll rank you higher.
Because of that they've actually said that themselves. Okay, so I'm going to show you quickly how it works and the results you can get from it. In this instance we're going to keep the google depth to a minimum of ten results. Just so you can see quickly how it works. Okay, so we've clicked start, so it's now gone to Google in the background andd it's got the first 10 results for a gain muscle, our primary keyword. Now it's going off, scraping all the content from these web sites and you can see you're starting to build the LSI's for each website and once it's got the LSI's one word through two four word LSI's,it will fisplay them in the grid here, which you can see.
It's now done, so you can see obviously muscles there's. You know, obviously that's going to be up there, site frequency and that's on 10 out of 10 sites. This is mentioned 64 times in all of the content combined. You know calorie exercises, calories, nutrition, lifting weights, reps results, men's supplement. These are all the LSI's that Google associates with that primary keyword, lifting weights heavier weights, stronger, bigger. You know these things. You want to sprinkle throughout your content, and you know Google will really reward you because of it. So hopefully you can see the power of it and also it'll do your title: headers descriptions keywords as well as your content. Hopefully you can see the value that it can add your content, as always thanks for watching guys.