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Keyword density refers to the number of times a keyword appears on a given webpage or within a piece of content as a ratio or percentage of the overall word count. This is also sometimes referred to as keyword frequency, or the frequency with which a specific keyword appears on a webpage.
For today’s search engines keyword density is just a very small factor when it comes to ranking pages for a specific keyword. It is however important to use your focus keyword(s) inside all the important on-page elements: Title tag, Meta description, H1, body, alt tag and internal links to make sure search engines understand your content. In addition to the on-page elements, off-page factors like: backlinks and anchor text still play a mayor role for search engines when indexing and ranking your webpages.
Keyword density is a foundational concept of search engine optimization (SEO). It's important to understand how keyword density works, since it can have a direct impact on your site content's visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs) and on the costs of your online marketing campaigns.
However, the relative importance of keyword density in most search engine ranking algorithms, including Google's, has changed over the years, so it's especially key to understand how this concept will impact your SEO in the post-Panda world.
Using our free online keyword density calculator is as simple as just clicking two buttons in two simple steps:
Step #1: On this page (https://getbacklink.info/keyword-density-checker), which is where you are right now, enter the URL of the page you want to analyze. Or, select “TEXT” to paste your content if the piece is not yet published online.
Step #2: Click on “Check” to run your request.
Once you've done that, our keyword density analyzer will immediately retrieve all the keyword data from your website or piece of content and display them in a tabular format.
And don't forget, you can use this tool to analyze not just your own web pages, but that of your competition also to get an idea of what they are doing.
After running a keyword density check, you may find that the percentage of times your target keywords appear is either too low or too high. In that case, we recommend you revise the content.