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Keyword density:SEOPressor or SeoQuake?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by oliva999, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. oliva999

    oliva999 Power Member

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    I am checking keyword density on one of my sites:

    SEOPressor shows 2.60% which is a bit low (3% recommended),
    SeoQuake - 14,33% which is too high

    Which tool should I trust?

    What is the most trusted keyword density tool if there are any???

    Advice will be appreciated.
     
  2. sbw27

    sbw27 Regular Member

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    Clickbump SEO is the best Wordpress plugin for this as it does LSI...better than SEOPressor.
     
  3. oliva999

    oliva999 Power Member

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    Thank you, I will try it
     
  4. Blackhat Scott

    Blackhat Scott Regular Member

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    Whats wrong with BHW Keyword density tool? I have trusted it and ranked sites well.
     
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    con1337 Junior Member

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    seopressor scans only your article, blog post.

    seoquake scans the complete webpage (categories, footer etc.)

    this is why you have different results.
     
  6. yourmy

    yourmy Junior Member

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    I think you can trust SeoQuake.
     
  7. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    Never tried seoquake before, but I'm currently using Clickbump seo and seo pressor, giving muchmore importance to clickbump of course, and I can say that it works great for me :)
     
  8. oliva999

    oliva999 Power Member

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    Thanks a lot for all your advice but I am still confused... Should I increase density or decrease? Or may be I should try different tool first...
     
  9. trapus

    trapus Newbie

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    thanks so much for that
     
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    arijagoanweb Newbie

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    I used to seoquake. it powerful when i need complex data. i can show many data SEO for comparing.