January 03rd, 2024

What is keyword density?

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Aamit Sainii
3 years ago Selected
Keyword density is an element of keyword optimization that refers to the number of target words used on a webpage. It is the percentage that represents the number of times a target keyword appears, depending on the number of words on the page. It is a signal a search engine can use to determine if a piece of content is related to a particular keyword or line.

The number of words that appear on the target keyword / webpage = Density of keyword
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Akshat Gupta
3 years ago Selected
How many times have you used the targeted keyword in your content Is Called Keyword Density.

For example, if a blog post has 700 words and has used the keyword 7 times, it means that the article has a Keyword Density of 1%.
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Manish Singh Bisht
1 year ago Selected
Keyword density is the percentage of times a keyword or phrase appears on a web page compared to the total number of words on that page. It is often used as a metric to determine the relevance of a web page for a specific keyword. In search engine optimization (SEO), it is believed that a higher keyword density can help increase a page's ranking for that keyword.

However, excessive use of a keyword, known as "keyword stuffing," can result in a search engine penalizing or even banning the page. The optimal keyword density for good SEO practice is generally considered to be between 1-2%. It is important to keep in mind that keyword density is just one of many factors that search engines use to rank pages and that content quality and relevance to the user are much more important considerations.
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Sam Banie
3 years ago
Keyword density is the term that how many time a targeted keyword used n the written paragraph.
Content = 1000 Words
Keyword = 10 Times
Density = 1%
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