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Whats TOO MUCH keywords in a page

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dragonlube, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. dragonlube

    dragonlube Regular Member

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    Would like to get some personal opinions on where do you think the limit stands when it comes to keyword stuffing.
     
  2. dantheman1370

    dantheman1370 Registered Member

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    It's not really good to keyword stuff since the site will look bad in google's eyes as well as other search engines so you'll receive a lower ranking. Try to do some research and choose the best keywords.
     
  3. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    i agree. also, your readers will be saying "why are the same words repeated" when they read your articles and i believe they will not enjoy that, especially if you are doing affiliate marketing with your articles. :eek:
     
  4. dontcallmebuzz

    dontcallmebuzz Newbie

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    i have heard 4-6% of your text being your keywords is what the target is
     
  5. dantheman1370

    dantheman1370 Registered Member

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    That's about right. There are tools out there that can check your article for the keyword and the percentage.
     
  6. sfidirectory

    sfidirectory Senior Member

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    I learned from using IBP that an ideal percentage is around 2 to 5%, but as long as the content looks natural, is easily readable and looks like it was thoughtfully written by a human and not an article writing spambot then I don't think you should have any problems. When creating your content, do a draft copy without thinking about keywords, then once you have researched they keyword/s you would want to rank highly for, go through your draft and adjust the content accordingly with your keywords (keeping in mind the appropriate density).
     
  7. Autumn

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    I will go against the grain and say it often doesn't really matter. You obviously shouldn't have the same keyword repeated again and again, but you can actually get heaps of traffic to a page that is nothing but a big list of keywords if you have sufficient backlinks.

    There are situations where you don't actually have to have much real, readable text on the page, eg. image based sites where you mainly have a bunch of thumbnails and a lot of alt text.
     
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    I agree - this is a great technique and completely removes the hassle of trying to build the inital draft around the keywords themselves. Write the article first and input the preferred keywords after.
     
  9. chris456

    chris456 Regular Member

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    Instant Article Analyzer :

    Analyzing % of keywords , very nice lightweight tool , 37kb , creates colourful density map etc.very cool tool !!
    This tool will help you to find the percentage of occurrence of a Keyword phrases in different area in article content. You can see a Keyword Density Color Map, a visual representation of percentage of keywords found in various stages of a content. Using this tool, you can make the keyword density in a uniform and consistent manner across different sections of the content during content writing. This will indicate the search engines that the keywords appear in your article that uses a natural language and the content is not manipulated
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