Finding LSI keywords to re-write articles 4


This tutorial shows how I go about finding a comprehensive list of theme words and phrases using the manual spider.

During this process, I find 114 good theme words, but use the power of Web Content Studio to whittle this number down to the very best 35.  Once you have your list of theme words, I'll show you how to quickly check that they really are the best ones for your article.  Note that this manual process has been completely replaced with the 1-Click Spider.

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4 thoughts on “Finding LSI keywords to re-write articles

  • John Geikhman

    Andy,

    Have you considered adding functionality to correlate words and phrases?
    Once user checked the words list against top 10, it would be very very helpful if Web Content Studio could emphasize the phrases that contain those words, vs phrases that don’t.

    John

  • Con Van Dyk

    Yes Andy, I agree with John Geikhman. This will save a lot of time. I also like to see the ability to important articles in the Word (.doc and docx) format. It is time consuming converting Word documents to text.

    I know you are busy but I think these suggestions will be a super time savers.

    ~Con