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Sprinkle your keywords through the content, but how much is enough, especially for a web page. I am planning to redo our website content, so am focusing on this aspect, how many keywords should I include in a page of 400 words.
The density of keywords in content must be 3-4 percent.
You can use 16 times one keyword in the content of 400 words. Mostly use below 5% keyword density for the content. Here is the formula which will help you to measure how many times to use keywords for particular word of content.Keyword Density = ([Keyword Count]*100)/(Total Word Count]
You should use your keywords for 10-12 times, that too the keywords should be spread throughout the web-page._______________________Land Survey Tipperary
It actually depends on your site content as the body content's length can be high and low so there is a percentage to get great understanding that is 2~3 %. Not more and not less at all.
You see, there is no one recipe (like that for baking cookies) which if followed to the letter gets you best keyword density...The idea is to use them in such a clever fashion that neither does it hinder readability or dilute the real message (as in the case of keyword stuffing), nor is it a case of under-utilization. You can get your paragraph on a paper and read it aloud to ensure that... it reads naturally where a person isn't going to be annoyed...To say that 0.2% or 2% or 5% is the 'most appropriate' density is something laughable.
The formula for this is easy.w+kw=twords + keywords = total wordsAnother way to look at this common SEO conundrum ... the number of keywords that should be included in the sum total of all words is directly proportional to the number that will be included.... I could complicate this a bit further ...In other words, it will amount to be precisely no more or no less than the total number of actual keywords. As the ratio between words and keywords variates only slightly between authors, factoring in all the other elements that could influence the average total number of repetitions per author causes my formula to differentiate exponentially according to the sum of the average total keyword frequencies.
hey,I think you should keep the density of keywords from 2-5 %. If it is more than that then there is a possibility of spamming.