The percentage of times a keyword appears on your web page in relation to the total number of words on that page can affect the page’s ranking.
If you use a keyword or phrase too frequently, search engines will likely penalise your site. If you do too little, search engines may not pick up on enough signals to rank the page for that specific keyword.
Simply put, for the best search performance, you should optimise your keyword density. Neither too much nor too little!
The Keyword Density Checker will assist you in determining the keyword density of your web page. Enter some text or a page URL, and our tool will analyse the density of your text in the same way that a search engine would.
The most basic way to calculate keyword density is to divide the number of times a specific keyword appears in a text by the total number of words in the text, then multiply the result by one hundred to get your percentage.
The SEO Journey’s Keyword Density Checker Tool counts text in on-page body text as well as text within and heading tags. As a result, you can use this free keyword density tool to determine which words and phrases are already being used frequently on the page and mirror those words and phrases in the most valuable metadata tags, such as heading tags and alt text, to improve keyword relevance.
The Keyword Density Analyzer Tool generates the following report:
- Total number of words on the page
- Number of words that are linked
- the number of non-linked words
- The number of stop words or extremely short words used in non-linked text
Determine the density of short and long tail keywords used in the content of a webpage or specific article.