In December of 2005, we introduced the concept of Statistically Improbably Keywords.
Today, we’re extending that concept to “Statistically Improbable key Phrases” (SIPs). These can be found only by clicking on the EzinePublisher view of any article. Consider this feature beta as we’ll work to improve it and just wanted to get it out there so that we could move to phase 2 of making it more valuable.
Let’s look at an example:
Carrie Reeders article, 3 Things to Look For in a Debt Management Company Online – returns this for the SIKs/SIPs:
Statistically Improbable Keywords In This Article:
debt – 5%
company – 4%
companies – 3%
online – 1%
amount – 1%
Statistically Improbable Phrases In This Article:
online debt management company with so
companies negotiate with credit card companies to
make sure that the company you deal with
off of the debt shop around for a
your credit card debt it
enough with the credit card companies or they
amount of your debt
to shop around for a company you are
companies online that
of debt so you
We’re really not sure what to do with this data, but if you can help us to understand how this data could be useful…we’ll be able to tweek the settings that provide this SIPs meta-data (data about data).
[March 22, 2006 UPDATE: Thanks to Phil for catching our spelling error in this blog entry. Fixed. -CK]