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Latent Semantic Indexing, Finding Lexical Keywords, WordTracker - Brad and Andy Video 2 Part 1

How Brad and Andy went from ZERO to $225,000 a month in 90 days for Brad’s wholesale website, Kate Aspen. Their results are duplicable, easily repeatable!

Nothing Beats Natural Organic Search Results

-    Volume, targeted traffic
-    Trust, higher conversion

Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI)

-    Compares how often words appear in the same document
-    Compares multiple lexical relationships of words(e.g. “WW2 Guns”, “Fork”)
-    Breaks-thru the idea of Keyword Density

Finding Lexical Related Words – WordTracker

-    On-page keyword optimization, applied SEO
-    Stop using filler words! (e.g. “Pasta”)
-    Use related phases for primary & secondary keywords

Thanks to Andy and Brad for this amazing FREE video!

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