Twitter | Search | |
Klaudio Fejzaj Jul 30
Hey , I'm adding some LSI keywords to rank better. Is it still the same number kws or something changed lately? πŸ€”
Reply Retweet Like
🍌 John 🍌
There's no such thing as LSI keywords -- anyone who's telling you otherwise is mistaken, sorry.
Reply Retweet Like More
Klaudio Fejzaj Jul 30
Replying to @JohnMu
John you are such an amazing person, I was just being sarcastic/funny due to a conversation I came across, but thanks for answer :)
Reply Retweet Like
Marketing Moustache Aug 1
Replying to @klaudiofejzaj @JohnMu
I'm not 100% either. I think I must be misinterpreting this.
Reply Retweet Like
Alex Wright Jul 30
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
You'd be better off learning more about natural language processing and co-occurrence than LSI πŸ‘
Reply Retweet Like
Nondzondelelo Jul 30
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
can you please explain this further my entire strategy is tied to Sementically related keywords
Reply Retweet Like
George Musson Jul 31
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
What about TF-IDF?
Reply Retweet Like
Clair Marr Aug 1
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
Hmm not sure about this. I find LSI tools great for visual representation of linked concepts. Helps define perception. Really useful for SWOT analysis of a digital profile. Not useful to use solely for keywords analysis.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeffrey Bowdoin Aug 1
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
LSI Keywords, TF-IDF, Co-Occurence, Neural matching. tomayto, tomahto. It’s just semantics. Pun? Yes Ok these are not one and the same. But the use case as an SEO could be: Deciphering user intent and creating comprehensive content.
Reply Retweet Like
Oliver Whitham Jul 31
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
When there's a semantic argument about semantic indexing
Reply Retweet Like
Logical Nerds Jul 30
Replying to @JohnMu @klaudiofejzaj
Mythbusters.... Lmao
Reply Retweet Like