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SEO Keyword Density Checker

Search engines use keyword density to categorize a site's theme, and to determine which terms the site is relevant to. This tool is useful for helping webmasters and SEOs achieve their optimum keyword density for a set of key terms.

The perfect keyword density will help achieve higher search engine positions. Keyword density needs to be balanced correctly; too low and you will not get the optimum benefit, too high and your page might get flagged for “keyword spamming”.

Search engine spiders ignore certain common stop words. Some of these stop words are given below.

SEO Stop Words
 

an click go links most other two what
and com has me msie page us when
any copy have ie net reserved use where
are copyright he if netscape ring view which
as copyrights help in new since visitors who
at do home inc no site was why
be edu homepage is not text we will
been find how it of than we've with
best viewed with htm you http on that web www

In an attempt to mimic the function of search engine spiders, this checker tool will filter out common stop words. However, it will avoid filtering out stop words in the middle of a term. For example, “designing with CSS” would go through, even though “with” is a stop word.

Keyword density ratios are discussed as a percentage. A good range for keyword density for a target keyword is 2% to 6%. It is more of an art than a science to find the optimum SEO keyword density, and considering the speed at which search engines change their algorithms, any test results may already be obsolete when they are published.

This checker tool will analyze your chosen URL and return a table of keyword density values for one-, two-, or three-word key terms.

 

 

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