Keyword density is a critical metric when you are dealing with SEO optimisations. If you want to rank for a specific keyword, you need to avoid using certain terms too often. This is known as keyword stuffing. If you overstuff a page, Google may decide to apply a negative ranking penalty to this page as it seems spammy. It is important to make sure you have a safe balance. This keyword density checker will analyze the text you provide and tell you if you are using keywords too often. If you are, you should consider using our SEO content writer tool that will give you a real-time analysis of the content as you write it to avoid overusing a specific keyword before you have written too much.
If you are looking to get some keyword information from a website, you can either copy the article from the site into the box in order to perform the analysis. Alternatively, you could use our online web page keyword analysis tool to get the same output but directly from a web page.
The density checker analyzes keywords; however, i am concerned google might consider a catchy phrase that I use on a page as ‘keyword stuffing’ and penalize for using it.
I use the phrase 6 times on one page.
It would be like going to a Nike page and seeing ‘Just do it!’ six times on the page.
Do you think google would have an issue with using a phrase six times on a page?
Is there a calculator for analyzing the density keyword phrases?