Go60Guy - 6:39 pm on Apr 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
Well, OK. Let's say I have a site about (surprise) widgets. In researching keywords I see that "electric widget sharpener" draws 4,800 monthly Google searches. So, in theory, that precise phrase gets about 160 searches daily on G. Also, I see that various widget sharpener brands also draw a fair number of searches. With one of the analysis tools I use, I see that competition for the phrase is relatively low and that it won't take very many back links to the page in order to rank well for it, at least in theory.
With that information, I might do a page with a title along these lines:
<title>Electric Widget Sharpener, Brand#1, Brand#2, Brand#3</title>
In the meta description I might go with something like this (please understand I'm sort of dashing this off):
"Find your Electric Widget Sharpener here, including Brand#1, Brand#2, Brand#3 - discount prices - read reviews and info about widget sharpening."
I'm sure some may find this approach deficient in some respects, but I find it works well more often than not, as long as the page also includes some original content employing the keywords along the lines of LSI.