Keyword Density Checker – Analyse the keyword density of any web page.
Our free Keyword Density tool evaluates the keywords found on the webpage and calculates the number of occurrences (frequency) for all the one, two, three and four word phrase combinations on the page. The frequencies within each grouping are ordered by frequency (descending) to show the keyword density which is an essential metric for SEO.
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Our keyword density tool calculates the relevant frequency and density.
Make sure that your chosen keywords have the higest densities without keyword stuffing.
Make the necessary changes on your webpage to improve your On-Page SEO.
Answers to Your Questions
What is keyword density?
Keyword density on a webpage: this is the number of times a word or phrase is used on a page divided by the total number of words or phrases with the same word count.
Why is keyword density important?
The keyword density on a webpage needs to be inline with your chosen keyword(s) for the page. It also needs to be consistent with other On-Page criteria. The search engines review the density of keywords in your webpage for both relevancy and consistency. This is one of the most important SEO building blocks.
What keyword density should I use?
Depending on the topic, the nature of the content and the volume of content, the number of times you need to use a keyword will vary. We advise that you use one targeted keyword / phrase per 200 words. Generally speaking we advise having a keyword density between 1% and 1.5% with a maximum of 3%. We suggest that we write natural content and make the keywords occur naturally.
What to expect when using the keyword density checker?
The keyword density checker tool may take up to 1 minute to run. This depends on the volume of content on your page and the speed of your website.
Our keyword density checker will calculate the frequency and density usage for one-word to four-word terms.
Data, Information and Knowledge:
All the information obtained using the keyword density checker will be treated with the utmost sensitivity. While using the keyword checker, your data will not be stored by us and will not be shared.