Whether or not you have intentionally attempted to manipulate the search engines with your keyword usage, what matters is what the search engines "think". Search engines can factor keyword density into their formula for determining the degree a web page may - or may not - be relevant to a specific search keyword or keyword phrase.
Too many keyword occurrences can signal keyword stuffing and too few keyword occurrences can be an indicator of low significance within the context of the page content. Stuffing too many keywords into a page, or not using the right keywords, can negatively affect your site's SEO.
Determining the status of a page manually could be time consuming, so to help you proactively prevent penalties for what
a search engine might deem to be keyword stuffing, Rank Ranger's On-Page Keyword Density tool measures the
keyword density of any web page. By analyzing the number of times a
or phrase appears on a web page vs. the total number of words on that
page, we calculate and display the number of occurrences and keyword
Simply enter a page URL and click the button to begin your page analysis.
- If a keyword or keyword phrase appears more than 30 times on a web page.
- If the keyword density percentage is above 3.57This tool displays the density of the keywords on a page; single and 2-word up to 5-word phrases.