Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by charbel, Dec 21, 2013.
Would it be; 0.5% 1% 2% 3% 4% or 5%?
Tips from the BHW community is always nice
In my opinion, 2%-3% is a good KD.
I run <1% keyword density, and a very high exact-anchor-text percentage. Plenty of people will say that's not the best way, but, it works for me...
I've personally tried the % route, but honestly get great success with letting it flow naturally.
For instance, I'll type my "money site" content in www.wordcounter.net so I'm aware of the word count and percentage on key phrases, but the real goal is to make it sound like a human typed it. When I stopped keyword stuffing, even if the keyword only appeared once or twice; the quality and some backlinking made it rank anyway.
2-3% is ridiculous.
Keep it < 1.5%
Sounds interesting, thanks bross
I keep it at 100% bro.
I'm surprised to see people still worried about these things. Just write man. Don't force yourself to a certain %
If you write about "blue birds who can't fly", and the articles isn't a 2$/500 words blurb, you'll probably have the exact keywrod at least once, along with each of these terms: blue birds, can't fly, they can't fly, flying, wings etc. Make sure to research properly, write it down and you'll be amazed: google knows your article is about blue birds who can't fly even if you don't mention it 10 times.
Imma steal that keyword! :-D Know any good affiliate program for "Blue birds who can't fly"?!
I guess people searching for blue birds who can't fly are definitely high. Gotta be some profit sharing program for this stuff
I just ran a google search and guess what I found? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131007165549AAJKC7M
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