Content Writing: Why Keyword Density Doesn't Matter?

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Content Writing: Why Keyword Density Doesn't Matter?

  1. 1. Content WritingWhy Keyword Density Doesnt Matterwww.EfficientArticleMarketing.com
  2. 2.  We can find countless pages on the internet that tell about keyword density and what a good keyword density is. And many site owners spend time using keyword density checkers to see if they have the right % of keywords in their content. THE TRUTH is, keyword density does not matter, and here is why… www.EfficientArticleMarketing.com
  3. 3. • Definition: Keyword density = how often a keyword appears on a page / total of words on this page.• In the 90s, search engines considered keyword density as one of their ranking factors.• Webmasters began stuffing keywords on their pages, with the intent to manipulate rankings. This of course led to abuses and poor quality content for the users. www.EfficientArticleMarketing.com
  4. 4. • Today, search engines have sophisticated algorithms that totally ignore keyword density.• Search engines rank pages based on totally different factors.• And this is why keyword density does not matter. www.EfficientArticleMarketing.com
  5. 5. • So, what should you be doing?►Including your main keyword at least twice in your article will help. If you write good content, you will do this naturally.► Including related keywords will help even more, because semantically related terms help search engines understand what a page is about. www.EfficientArticleMarketing.com
  6. 6. • To summarize, when writing content, focus on producing quality content that brings value to your reader.• Put your keyword in the title, the meta description and the content itself. Make sure you include some related terms in your content. Click on the link below this video right now to get access to more in-depth advice on content writing, SEO and link building. www.EfficientArticleMarketing.com

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