Hi All, I don't post here much, but I thought I'd share this little tidbit I found today. I was auditing the onpage of a site I just started a few weeks ago when I noticed that ALL of the pages had a bunch of words injected into them that had nothing to do with the topic! The terms were things like "click to share" and "opens in a new window". These terms weren't visible in the text of the pages, but they showed up with every word density tool I used. Since every automated tool was reading them and seeing them as content, It makes sense that google does too. After a little investigating, it turns out that the "sharing buttons" part of the Jetpack plugin was the culprit. After I turned off the sharing buttons all of the extra keywords were no longer detected, and everything looked normal again. After looking at the before and after pic, it's clear that the plugin was injecting 63 words per post! Also realize that this plugin puts those same buttons on every post on the entire site. You can image how that would be detrimental to your site as far as duplicate content, and watering down your keywords! You might be asking yourself "How did it take him a few weeks to see this?". Well, I outsource 90% of my content. When I receive a post, it's in Word format. I run it through all of my checks and tweak the word counts, readability, and KW/LSI percentages all in Word before I post it. Until now, I've never looked at the posts on the sites after they've been posted! If you want to check your page, I used the SEOquake plugin for firefox, but there are tons of other ways to check. Good Luck!