Keyword is the one of the main important aspect of blog post. Keywords decide the presence of website in SEO. Keyword density is the basic step which we learn when we start blogging. Search engine use algorithm to rank the keyword for a post. so if we optimize it properly so then possibility will be more to get good rank. Keyword optimization is a technique which helps to prevent your website from getting spam.
What is Keyword Density?
Keyword density (SEO) (%) is the percentage of times a keyword or key phrase appears on a web page in comparison with the total number of words on the page.
How to Calculate Keyword Density Manually?
1. Formulae to calculate Keyword Density
Keyword Density = (Number of times the Keyword is repeated / Total number of words in the text) x 100
2. Formulae to Calculate Density of Keyword Phrase
Keyword Phrase Density = (Number of times the Keyword is repeated x (Number of words in the Key Phrase / Total number of words in the text)) x 100
If you have written a post of 300 hundred words on SEO and have 3 times you repeated a particular word then the Keyword density=(3/300) x 100=1%
WordPress Plugins to Calculate Keyword Density.
If you are too lazy to calculate the Keyword Density manually, There are wordpress plugins to do the job for you. Following are two well known Free WordPress Plugins to calculate Keyword Density.
What Should Be the Optimum Keyword Density for a Post?
I never cross the limit from 1% to 2% because after that the blog-post looks like cluster of keywords and your readers might lose the trust on you since you are Keyword Stuffing. You should spread the keyword throughout the post and make it look natural. Insert the Keyword in the first line and last line of the Post and the spread it naturally throughout the post in paragraphs.
What is Keyword Stuffing?
Keyword stuffing refers to the practice of loading a webpage with keywords in an attempt to manipulate a site’s ranking in Google’s search results. Filling pages with keywords results in a negative user experience, and can harm your site’s ranking. Focus on creating useful, information-rich content that uses keywords appropriately and in context.
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