Longtail Keyword Density

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  1. gold33

    gold33 Registered Member

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    Just a quick question that hopefully has a simple answer...

    I'm optimizing for two longtail keywords. They're in the format [geographic area] [keyword]. I've got the density near 3% for both longtails, but at 5.85% for [keyword]. I obviously don't care about ranking for [keyword], just for the complete longtails. Am I correct in keeping things the way that they are, or is having the [keyword] density that high going to be a red flag? Thanks!
     
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    According to big G, keyword density doesn't really matter anymore as long as the keywords are used natural. However, most marketers seem to have good results with tops 2%, but 1% is usually recommended. When it comes to longtails, I don't see why the kw density would be different.