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Keyword Density

Free SEO Tool

Free SEO tool to calculate the keyword density

Keyword density has long been one of the factors used by search engines to rank pages. This is why natural SEO experts have become accustomed to analyzing the number of occurrences of a semantic expression in a text to optimize the relevance of their content and its weight at the SEO level.

This is how the calculation of the density of a keyword in a web page is determined. It is necessary to take account of the expression or the word, divide it by the number of words in the content of the page of the website, then multiply it by the number 100 to have its value. The higher the percentage, the more times the words appear in the text, the more qualitatively Google should reference the site.

Over time, search engines such as Google have refined their algorithms and now use several factors to determine positions. This is why, rather than calculating the keyword density, our tool analyzes the number of occurrence and proximity rather than the percentage because the density of a keyword is no longer used as an SEO factor, Matt said Cutts the Google spokesman, several years ago.

Analyze Keywords on a Web Page

Our free and easy-to-use tool allows you to optimize the texts of your web content for a natural Google SEO by measuring the number of semantic occurrences of your competitors' site pages, which will give you an index of the expressions to be used in your sentences.

In this way, you can analyze your site and the web pages of your competitors to see what terms they are targeting. So this can give you a keyword ideas to use in your page to diversify your terms to improve the modeling of the topic.

How does our free SEO audit tool work?

To discover important terms used within a web page, enter its URL (eg http: //www.example.ext/) and click on the search button above to anaylser the keywords of the page.

Following the analysis of the web page, you will see in the first part of the SEO audit the list of expressions and keywords and their number of occurrences. Next, you'll find a placeholder for the text content of the page cleaned from its HTML tags. You will notice that our tool ignores meta tag tags such as the meta description and the title tag.