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Keyword Density Secrets You Need to Know
By: KC Morgan
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    2010-03-12

    Table of Contents:
  • Keyword Density Secrets You Need to Know
  • Why the Word Count Matters
  • Calculating Keyword Density

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    Keyword Density Secrets You Need to Know - Why the Word Count Matters


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    It would be easy to say that if you use your keywords at least twice in every article, you’re going to get great density. However, this isn’t always going to be the case. Word count matters!

    You may use your keywords six times in a 400-word article; you may use twice as many keywords in an article that’s 1000 words in length. Your word count won’t necessarily stay the same from content piece to content piece, which means there’s no static number you should keep in mind when you’re placing keywords. How many keywords do you need to include in your content? The answer could be as low as three, but it could be as high as fifteen. Again, word count matters!

    Want to know how to achieve the perfect keyword density in every piece you write regardless of word count? Don’t think about the number of times you use your keywords. Focus instead on keyword density percentages.

    Keyword Density Percentages

    The most important keyword density secret you can learn is this: look at the percentages. You may spend a lot of time counting keywords, studying phrasing and creating great META tags so the search engines will notice. If you aren’t getting a great keyword density percentage, none of it matters. So…how do you know what the perfect keyword density percentage is?

    How quickly we forget! Remember, the “perfect” keyword density is the one that’s better than the competition. What percentage should you aim for? Go back to your favorite search engine, and find out. Look again at the top-ranked sites, and look at their keyword density percentage. Now, all you’ve got to do is achieve numbers a little bit better than that. If you succeed, your content should shoot straight to the top of the list.

    This is the best way to get the great search engine standing you want to achieve, but if you’re looking for a more general keyword density rule to follow, keep this number in mind: 3%. If you’re getting a density of around 3 percent with your main keyword phrases on a single content page, you’re in really great shape.

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