Monday, February 9, 2009
LSI, RTD, PPC, The ABC's of Ranking No.1 on the Google Tree
What is Latent Semantic Indexing?
LSI is a methodology involving statistical probability and
correlation that helps deducing the semantic distance between
Do you feel like Gilligan, talking to the Professor
Latent Semantic Indexing, or LSI, is a way for search engines
to view and rank web pages in a more natural, or human,
Behind the scenes the LSI algorithms analyze pages not only
for keywords, but also for synonyms and other related words
which might be expected to be present.
For example, a web page about barbecues, when analyzed with
LSI, should logically also contain such related words as “grill”,
"patio", "sauce", "recipe", “charcoal” and/or "smokers".
In general, while we do not know the exact mathematical formula
used for LSI, we do know that its real function is to determine
if the content of a site is of value to the visitor or not
Still a little confused?
My good friend and personal mentor Richard T Dennis
will be giving a teleseminar on the subject this Saturday night.
And hopefully he will explain in a language we undergraduates
will be able to understand. To rank #1 in Google.
You can register at this link "Google Tree". Leave your
information and get the free ebook, and I'll send you the
Teleseminar call in details.
Also you will want to get my free keyword software to help
you find all the keywords you will be using. It's new, It's free,
and it's amazing.
Get your free software here "Free Keywords"
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