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Keyword Density and SEO

Do you feel that your lack of information about SEO is preventing you from making a key decision? So many people run into this: you have a key decision to make but don’t have enough information to make it. I recently came across the article below and it discusses SEO in more detail.

What To Do When You’re Trying To Use SEO On A Website

Getting to know how to use SEO for a website can really increase that site’s traffic. It’s something you should look into if you have a website and would like to share it with as many people as possible. Here are some tips to help you figure out how to begin.

A keyword or key phrase is basically what you think someone would type into a search engine to find a page like yours. This is why you’re going to want to figure out what you think people would search for so that you can put those keywords into your content. Try to think like you’re someone who’s interested in sites like yours and think what you would type in if you were that person. The keywords shouldn’t be too obscure or too popular either.

When you pick out a keyword you don’t want to use one that’s going to have quite a bit of competition. You don’t want your site to be buried among a bunch of people that have been using your keywords for quite some time now. You want to be able to stand out from the crowd, but you also shouldn’t think about keywords that nobody will ever type in. Go to the page of your competition and see what kinds of keywords they’re using. The key is not to copy them, but to find something that they may be missing on their page so you can use it to get more traffic.

You don’t want to just use your keywords in places like the text of your site. You can also use keywords in your site’s URLs, in page titles, and even in your image description tags. Anywhere that you can put your keyword is recommended. However, make sure that you don’t go over the keyword density that the search engine has set up. There are tools that search engine crawling software uses to make sure that you’re not trying to stuff keywords in that make no sense just to get traffic. Every year search engines become more advanced, so read up on what they will restrict so you don’t waste any time trying to figure out the right density yourself.

When you write any kind of an article or a blog post you should fit your keyword in where it feels natural. A lot of the time you’ll have keywords that are hard to fit into any content, but just try your best to have the content make sense. You don’t want to just put up random content that nobody could understand if they tried reading it. If you’re not good with coming up with content, you could always look to a site where freelancers are and hire someone to do it for you.

Using your keywords effectively will help you to have a more popular website. The tips above should be what you need to get started. Work hard at this and watch the traffic start to flow in!

One thing is for sure, information on this subject is available all over the Internet and this article is one of many articles available on the subject. We love writing on this subject and have presented our point of view. Feel free to look around and explore our site for more SEO information.

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    • Emily James
    • December 9, 2013

    What Is The Optimal Keyword Density Range? ? I have no idea about the keyword density range, but if it is too much it will be considered as keyword spam.

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      Keyword density is not a defined standardized value that can ensure a website’s high page rank. Different search engines account for different range of values of keyword density. Optimal keyword density of a website for Google is usually 2%. Yahoo and MSN however allow higher keyword densities of around 5% each. Any higher percentage of keywords, for any of these sites, is usually considered spamming and is hence not an appreciated effort. Effective use of keywords in content makes keyword density work for a website’s search engine optimization.

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    • Rocker_Arj
    • December 27, 2013

    What Makes A PR3 Web Site Come On Top For Competitive Keywords? My web site has a PR of 5, still I’m not being able to get top postions.. I think I have pretty revelant links, but others with lesser PR, lesser no of links are surpassing me. What could be the reason? Internal optimisation? like keyword density, meta tags, internal linking etc? or even more relevant links?

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      • Admin
      • December 27, 2013

      First of all, throw pagerank out the window, pagerank is irrelevant.

      It could be a handful of things, but definitely not meta tags.

      I’ll give you 5 guesses at why you’re being outranked…

      1. Domain age. Your competitors domain is older and more trusted.

      2. Anchor text. Your competitor’s links have better anchor text.

      3. Authority of domains linking to your competitor. Like you said. Do a Yahoo Directory/DMoz cross check.

      4. # of unique and quality pages in google’s index. I’ve found that trusted/aged websites with lots of pages in the index are very hard to pass in the search results.

      5. Keywords in domain and onsite optimization. Are you using the best onsite optimization techniques like css image replacement? Do you have unique title tags for every page?
      Here’s a great new video from Aaron Wall on Onsite spamming..err..Optimization…

      5b. Domain age again. Is your domain still new? It may take 6 months or more, but once your domain gains trust with google you may see your website leapfrog all your competitors overnight.

      While you wait for trustrank to kick in. Use tools like

      Link Hub

      SEO for Firefox

      to go out and get all the same links your competitors have. Usually if they got em, you can get em.

      Good luck!

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    • Janehumper
    • January 15, 2014

    How To Choose Search Engine Professional Optimization Firm? Need to hire a search engine professional optimization firm can anyone recommend tips to avoid getting burnt?

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      Ask any candidate SEO firm a simple question:

      Show me one of your client’s site which can be found using “generic” keywords [not a domain name] as a search query on or search engines and limit the generic keyword query to no more than 4 words. The search result must show that the website is PageRanked within the top 15 search results.

      If your candidate SEO firm says that cannot be done. Then perhaps consider spending $20 on Peter Kent’s “Search Engine Optimization for Dummies.. which provides sufficient expert strategies to elevate your website to a greater audience on major search engines.

      Good luck!

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    • Kirsten
    • January 21, 2014

    What Are The Top Search Engines To Give You Viruses? What are some of the top search engines that are most likely to give you a virus?
    What are some of the safest search engines?

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      It’s not the Search Engine, more than it is the site that you pick.

      Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. do not have control on which sites are viral and safe, in all reality, it’s the money the company pays to get their site at the top of the list.

      If the site is infected, or is in means of giving you a virus, the site is probably not on the 1st or 2nd page, technically.

      When you search something, the company pays millions to get their site on the first and second page of the search results, and if the site is only there to infect your computer, they will not spend that much money to get it up there. Since they aren’t making money, and if they do, it’s not enough to put it in the top results…

      I hope this helps! Just be cautious.

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    • Edmund36
    • January 29, 2014

    Is There An SEO Software Program That Creates Optimized Web Pages For The Search Engines? Focuses on keyword density and optimization ?

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      The amount of competition on the Internet today is only surpassed by what it will be tomorrow. If you think it’s tough to get traffic now, then prepare to be shocked in the coming weeks and months as it gets harder and harder.

      Mainstream businesses are moving online in a big way and bringing along their massive marketing budgets to drive traffic into their sites. The smaller operator has to get smart fast to compete!

      You need to be in search engines to succeed: That’s hardly a surprise is it? But do you really know how important it is? The fact is, most Internet sites report that 86% of their traffic comes from the major search engines. And everyone agrees that if you’re not listed in the first page of results, you might as well not be there at all! You can be sure that if you’re not, your competition will be, meaning they’re taking business away from you every time someone does a web search.

      Your Current Front Page Will Not Rank Well: And ironically enough, that’s likely because you’ve spent time and money optimizing it so it will be as interesting, relevant and interactive as you can possibly make it! Your hard work is actually working against you!

      You see, when a search engine sends it’s spider to index your page, it sees something very different than what a web surfer sees. And the problem is that a page that will interest a surfer will be very uninteresting to a spider, meaning your fantastic web site will be passed over in favor of less feature-rich sites!

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    • Briggszilla
    • April 19, 2014

    Article Keyword Density Tool? I’m looking for a tool I found online once that allows you to paste your article (one that has not yet been published on the internet) into it and it will tell you your keyword density for your chosen keyword (going for long tail).

    The only tools I’m pulling up at the moment are tools that will check the density based on a URL, but like I said I want to be able to copy and paste my articles that are not yet online into it to check before publishing.

    Thanks in advance.

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    • Tonberry79
    • April 25, 2014

    What Are Some Interesting Search Engines? I’m looking for any interesting search engines that take a more innovative approach to web searches than then traditional ones (like google, yahoo, msn, bing, dogpile, etc.).

    I’m making a pretty big list, so tell me–what search engine(s) do you use?

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      MelZoo meta search engine, offers “visual previews” of the search results. In other words users will receive much more relevant, quality information. Most existing search engines are not offering this. This major advantage results in a much better user experience.
      Wolfram|Alpha’s long-term goal is to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone. It aims to collect and curate all objective data; implement every known model, method, and algorithm; and make it possible to compute whatever can be computed about anything.
      VideoSurf has taught computers to “see” inside videos to find content in a fast, efficient, and scalable way. Basing its search on visual identification, rather than text only, VideoSurf’s computer vision video search engine provides more relevant results and a better experience to let users find and discover the videos they really want to watch.
      StumbleAudio is a social music discovery site with a mission is to help you find music by new and exciting artists that you would like, rather than play or sell you the hits by known artists that you are “expected” to love.
      Ggoal is a search engine based on human intelligence, created by users and for users, with the sole aim of offering added value to the web knowledge through the free user-created content.
      Searchme lets you see what you’re searching for. As you start typing, categories appear that relate to your query. Choose a category, and you’ll see pictures of web pages that answer your search. You can review these pages quickly to find just the information you’re looking for, before you click through.
      Evri helps users discover related content without searching again. Evri’s technology automates connections between Web content by applying a more human-like understanding of the words on the page.
      Yoozila is a powerful new search engine. It’s primary purpose is to provide you with relevant results and present them in a fresh web 2.0 beautiful manner. And they don’t just look nice, they’re also easy to use. Among the features of Yoozila you’ll find the Parental Control feature, which you can use to filter adult content, region, file type, license and language filters, to make sure you find exactly what you’re looking for.
      iRazoo is a user recommended, points driven, search engine. The benefits for using iRazoo:- You get excellent search results.- You get to help further refine iRazoo excellent search results for others as well as benefit from other’s refined search results.- You get points for each search you preform, each website you recommend/not recommend, and each referral you make.- Best of all, you get to exchange your points for fantastic prizes.
      Streakr is new engine lets you search the profiles on the major networks (MySpace, Hi5, Bebo, and Facebook) as well at it’s own social network. Discouver, rate and share common interests with other communities around the world.
      Search With and Redeem Exclusive Prizes at the Swag Store, Just by searching the web.

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    • Daviddepape
    • May 17, 2014

    Hows My Keyword Density? My website is

    Is my keyword density to high? To low? What’s best and what is a good tool for checking?

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      Keyword – count – density

      bracelet = 22 = 9.24%
      necklace = 19 = 7.98%
      bone = 15 = 6.30%
      carved = 15 = 6.30%
      bead = 12 = 5.04%
      white = 10 = 4.20%
      carved bone = 6 = 2.52%
      necklace brown = 6 = 2.52%

      I think your keyword density is within norm, no keywords used excessively. Aaron Wall has a free keyword density analyzer that you can use

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    • Jamison Lau
    • May 30, 2014

    How Do Search Engine Work? Well i tried searching same keywords at different search engine sites
    why always not exactly same?
    why for example in this website
    i searched this paragraph in google and yahoo…
    Before you jump into a car, you need to know where you’re going. In SEO, you need to know what keywords you are going to optimize for before you start optimizing. Spending a few hours researching keywords can make all the difference in the world.
    …but the site doesn’t appear at the first page of either site

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      Search engines only do just index what they got from spiders.the spiders or robots are objects that gather information from various websites so it might be depend on engine to engine how they gather information(to process) then they process that information and convert to data(processed information)
      and then store that data in their servers as indexes so whenever the used search a keyword from their site that keywords point out to index that stored on the server and return the data to user. so in that context data is the links or image or video URLS.

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    • Sturbridge Momsclub
    • May 30, 2014

    Are Epub Files Searchable By Search Engines? Looking to convert some pages on a website to an ebook or ePub format. Will search engines still be able to crawl these files?

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      Search engines are focus on your keywords and title,if your keywords are good enough and suit for your content,your keywords are friendly to the search engines,whether your files are epub or not,it will be searchable by search engines.

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    • Consultant
    • June 2, 2014

    SEO Keyword Density? When it comes down to keyword density. I know there is no one formula a percentage of how many times the keyword you’re targeting should come up in your content.
    But on a percentage basis, what we use basic guideline minimum and maximum keyword density.
    To my understanding he shouldn’t go below 3% and over 12% keyword density.

    If you have any other theories of love to hear them

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      12% is way too much unless you are targetting “the” “this” etc 🙂 Try not to go over 7%

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