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LSI stands for latent semantic indexing, which is the method that Google and other search engines use to study and compare relationships between different terms and concepts. These keywords can be used to improve SEO traffic and create more visibility and higher rankings in search results.

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LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) keywords are words that are commonly found together within a single topic and are semantically related to each other.

Here is an LSI Keyword example - Let's say your article topic is "horticulture". Typically, you would find multiple related keywords like "agriculture", "crops", "botany" and "plants". As you write naturally about a certain topic that you have done enough research for, a certain number of common keyword phrases will be naturally found for that specific topic. These phrases are called LSI keywords and are semantically linked to each other based on the topic (or the seed keyword) and search engines expect to find them in every article on that topic.

LSI keywords therefore help search engines figure out the main topic of your article. As another example, say your article topic is "cars". If your article had the words "clutch, "gas", "price", "mileage", "aftermarket", "used", then the search engines know that your article is about vehicles for transportation. However, if your article had words like "Disney", "animated", "characters", "McQueen" or "mater", the search engines would know that the article is about the Disney movie "Cars". Hence, having related keywords in your content is critical to sending the right signals about your topic to the search engines.

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