Montag, 11. Juni 2007

Latent Semantic Indexing

Charles Heflin is "top" when it comes to SEO: Here a lesson about: "Latent Semantic Indexing"

If you don't take the time to learn about
Latent Semantic Indexing then you will
be mission out on the next generation
of search engine optimization and will
quickly be buried by your competition.

If you do take the time to learn about it
then you will rise in rankings quickly
and easily regardless of the number
of backlinks you gain to your site.

Latent Semantic Indexing is all about
showing the search engines that your
site is more "relevant" than competing

As The Master Plan Mini Course progresses
you will be amazed at how easy it is to
out rank 99 percent of the websites on the
Internet in just about any niche.

The playing field is wide open. The first step
is to learn what Latent Semantic Indexing is
by reading the next lesson found here:

In the next lesson I will begin showing you
proof that this is here to stay and how to
begin using it to your advantage easily.

Best regards,

Charles Heflin

1 Kommentar:

Dave hat gesagt…

Sorry man, but the link you posted to is full of straight up lies. Google does NOT have a fancy operator for LSA, the "~" operator gives more general results, not LSA results. If you want real information about LSA, check out Dr Garcia's website at IRThoughts , i've written a beginners introduction on my website at Latent Semantic Analysis or Indexing. I implore you to get a good understanding of LSA, the operator myth has been debunked many many times.

Contact me if you want some more info, i hope this clears up some confusion for you. :)