Is LSI Still Important in 2018

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Latent Semantic Indexing, LSI, theming.  Whatever you want to call it, when it comes to trying to rank in the search engines, it all pretty much refers to the same thing.  The theme words and phrases you put on your web pages in the hope it helps your pages rank better.  It's been a hot topic for a few years now, so I wanted to revisit the topic and ask “Is LSI still important?”.

I carried out a few LSI experiments and captured it all on video.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below the video.


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5 thoughts on “Is LSI Still Important in 2018”

  1. Another great lesson, thanks Andy.

    I agree 100% .. in a recent article, I implemented your theory and my new page landed at position’s 3 and 9 in Google for my main keywords.

    I didn’t check how long it took the article to go live, but within 24 hours I achieved these rankings. And 5 weeks later, they still hold their positions!


  2. Good video Andy. I had your software a few years ago best I remember it did the job well. I now have a mac computer so I can’t use the software now. Have you made a mac version of this software, It would be nice if you did. Once again, right on target!

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