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What is keyword density and what is the formula for it?


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Keyword density tells you how often a search term appears in a text in relation to the total number of words it contains. For example: if a keyword appears three times in a 100 word text the keyword density would be 3%. From the point of view of search engines, a high keyword density is a good indicator of search engine spam. If a keyword appears too often in a website, search engines will downgrade the website and it will then appear lower down in search results.

(Number of keywords and phrases on a page / Total number of words on a page ) * 100

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In SEO, keyword density is the measurement in percentage of the number of times a particular keyword or phrase appears compared to the total number of words in a page. Keyword density formula is the percentage of the number of times a keyword appears on a page divided by the total number of words in that page

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Density of keywords is the percentage of times a keyword or sentence appears on a web page compared to the total number of words on the page.

 

To calculate keyword density in its simplest form, divide the number of times you've used a specific keyword by the total number of words in the text you're analyzing, and multiply the result by one hundred to reach your percentage. 

Therefore:

Keyword Density = (Nkr / Tkn) x 100

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