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Building Content for Latent Semantic Indexing
Content writer for websites
Jwaltz

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Msg#: 3296000 posted 4:58 am on Mar 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

This may seem out of place maybe but understanding latent symantic indexing is required for on page otpimistion. Need to understand it better can any one deliver any good resource.

 

wolfadeus

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Msg#: 3296000 posted 2:09 pm on Mar 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

I don't quite understand your question - are you looking for general information on content optimisation?

Try the libraries of WW, there are links on every forum on the top-left.

kneoteric_V

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Msg#: 3296000 posted 11:54 am on Mar 31, 2007 (gmt 0)

You may refer to [en.wikipedia.org...]

BigDave

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Msg#: 3296000 posted 5:12 pm on Mar 31, 2007 (gmt 0)

understanding latent symantic indexing is required for on page otpimistion.

No it isn't. What you need to do is use natural language instead of trying to force feed keywords to the SE spiders.

When a page is about cars, you should use words that are related to cars instead of repeating the word "cars" hundreds of times. How would a group of real car lovers talk if they were standing around at a party? They would be talking about all sorts of features that are related to the cars that they have or lust after.

Your best bet is to get a really good writer that understands NOTHING about SEO.

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