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    Question keyword Density

    how many keyword use in 500 words article or blog ,And how mant times repetion allow ?

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    Keyword density is the percentage of keywords appearing as compared to number of words on the web page.
    You can use maximum 5 keywords in article or blog and you cannot repeat the same keyword again in same article or blog.

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    Keyword density is the percentage of times a keyword or phrase appears on a web page compared to the total number of words on the page. In the context of search engine optimization keyword density can be used as a factor in determining whether a web page is relevant to a specified keyword or keyword phrase.

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    I would be careful of using too many repeated keywords in an article as this can get detected by spam and penalise any search engine listing.

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    You should keep your keywords to maximum of 3 in a 500 word article, but I can use 2 keywords as well. Making your content user friendly and search engine friendly can be a difficult task sometimes but putting too much keywords can make content only keywords focussed which is not liked by users and search engine too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finesoft View Post
    how many keyword use in 500 words article or blog ,And how mant times repetion allow ?
    For an article or blog post there shouldn't be a percentage, as there is for content (on the website).
    You can add max 2 high traffic keywords to the article/blog post, however you can add keyword synonyms and diversions as many as you like. As long as the article doesn't lose meaning to the topic.

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