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Prompt: keywordsJoined = {{Add list of comma separated LSI terms}} You are given a list of article keywords: keywordsJoined. Analyze these keywords and suggest SEO-optimized silo category names for organizing the articles using the keywords. Typically the first Keyword is the most important for determining the silo. The category name should be unique, descriptive, concise (1-3 words), and suitable for use in a URL structure. Only return 2 to 3 categories as a comma-separated list.


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