Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by jennifer ayanaa, Jan 31, 2014.
how much keyword density is reliable now a days, in an article please share some tips ?
Keyword density should be 3-4% but also depends on length of article
Keyword density is the percentage of times a keyword or phrase appears on a web page compared to the total number of words on the page. In the context of search engine optimization keyword density can be used as a factor in determining whether a web page is relevant to a specified keyword or keyword phrase.
You should put up to 10 keywords per article of 500 words. That means around 2%. Good luck
Just try to make sure those keywords blend well with the content.
Only 2-4% is more than enough for the articles.
Keyword Density is the percentage of the keywords used within the content to the number of the total words that constitute the content.Suppose you have content of 300 words then you can have 3 to 4 keywords in the content.So that density ranges in between 1-3%.
It completely depends on the article length but 3-4% is the actual keyword density.
Keyword density is the percentage of the number of times a keyword appears on a page divided by the total number of words in that page. So if in an article of 100 words you are using your keyword 10 times, your density will be 10%. Many people use different formulas to calculate keyword density (like this one).
Don't consider keywords in an article somewhere you add it in content. regular updates automatically push up your ranking so keyword density keeps it away write user-friendly content keywords will come fine in synonyms.
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