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  2. Geoff wrote on

    I agree. The dilemma with keyword density is SEO versus relevance to online readers. You want to rank well but not at the cost of alienating your audience with cold, redundant copy.

    That said, the important thing is to focus your energy on a small handful of words that you want to own in terms of ranking. Use them appropriately, sprinkle them throughout the entire site, and apply legitimate headings and links to them for solid results.

    I think the myth is that there is a fast-track to first page rankings, which is untrue. Black hat tricks that accomplish the goal are only shirt-lived and will hurt your business in the long-run when the engine finds you out. Steady focus on relevant terms will produce results, but realistic long-terms goals need to be set to see them happen.

    Thanks for the post.

    Geoff
    http://www.punctuatecopy.com

  3. Glenn (Owner) wrote on

    Couldn’t agree more! Thanks for the comment, Geoff.

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  6. seo sydney wrote on

    I really like and agree with the post that google and the other search engines read the words on your page to figure out what your site is about and which searches they should display it in, Thanks for giving this information about keyword density.

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