Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by lastchancelance, Apr 17, 2015.
i want to see what my keyword density is but want to do it manually. how do you do that?
you can paste the text in www.wordcounter.net, they show you.
I use smallseotools
This will help you out OP
If you're using wordpress download the plugin YOAST Wordpress SEO
A simple google search for "keyword density tool" would work.
Firstly checking the Density of the keyword
Density = (Nkr x (Nwp / Tkn)) x 100
Nkr = how many times you repeated a specific key-phrase
Nwp = number of words in your key-phrase
Tkn = total words in the analyzed text
keyword density of around 1%-3% is just right.
Nice thread. Very useful.
smallseotools is good, try that
you can visit the page its having method and tips for keyword density
with wordcounter is enough.
lol you made it today
I'll go for smallseotools
I utilize Content Mania. It does much, a great deal more than that. However, figuring essential word thickness is one of its capacities.
The key word density checker is Keyword Cloud.
It is used on keywords as the visual depiction. Keywords are with larger fonts which are having higher density.
All of the above are great suggestions. Remember, writing content for search engines is like flirting with a girl. Do not come on too strong otherwise you'll send her the other way. The perfect medium between spammy & content with a natural flow is not hard to find. Best of luck.
Also remember to check your keyword density after you've published on your site. Not just the content you are inserting. Remember that your menu items, footer, sidebar, tags, sliders or whatever else you have on your site, contribute to overall content.
Great information, is there any offline tool for this? Thanx!
I don't know why you are finding keyword density tools at this time. Just forget about keyword density. I don't think so, it's important for ranking on SERPs. optimize for user. Do you know about SXO (Search Experience Optimization)? If you don't know, simply search in google. Lots of info you will get in there.
I use seobook density checker!!!!!
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