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Keyword Density Tool.
When you enter a URL or copy and paste the content into a text input field, this tool will extract the total number of keywords contained within the web page text. After all the words are extracted, it will automatically calculate the frequency/occurrence: one-word phrase combinations, two-word combinations, and three-word combinations. Based on these numbers, the keyword density is calculated.
How important is keyword density to SEO?
For today's search engines, keyword density is a very small factor when it comes to page rankings for a given keyword. However, it is important to use your focused keywords across all important elements of the page: title tag, Meta description, H1, body, alt tag, and internal links to ensure that search engines understand your content. In addition to on-page elements, off-page factors such as backlinks and anchor text still play an important role for search engines when indexing and ranking your web pages.
What is the best/ideal keyword density?
The best keyword density is like the perfect length of content...a question many ask, and fortunately, few answered. There is no exact answer to this question because it all depends on the topic you are writing about. Some themes are ideal for forms with long content and lots of related keywords and synonyms. On the other hand, you have the topics that are best served with compressed content and a higher frequency of the same keywords. The best advice on this topic is to write naturally and for human users rather than computer algorithms and trackers.
To get a useful report on keyword usage, this tool does some filtering:
• The title tag, Meta Description, and Meta keyword tag are removed from the keyword statistics.
• Also, the comment section that begins with Id #comments, which is very common for the tag/id for most WordPress themes, is removed.
• Finally all stop words in the English language are deleted.
What is keyword density?
Keyword density is the percentage calculated based on the number of times a keyword appears within the content of a web page divided by the total number of words. Keyword density/keyword frequency is still a very strong indicator for determining the main focus keywords and key phrases for a given webpage.