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    How we know when we are using the right number of keywords on a page?

    How we know when we are using the right number of keywords on a page?

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    Micro or Blog Pages: Blog pages are the specific pages that focus on a particular topic. So for these pages strictly use one keyword per page. Write a keyword centered title tag, and Meta description tag. The On Page content should have keyword rich text supporting the keyword target.

    Landing Pages: The landing pages should focus on a keyword family. You can choose one keyword family consisting of several related helper words. The title tag and Meta tag in this case also should be keyword focused. Just like the blog pages, use keyword heavy text that supports the keyword target for the On Page content. Carve inbound links to the landing pages from site navigation and the homepage, revolving around the target phrase.

    Home Page: The situation is more complicated with the homepage. So you have to be very carefully about the title tag and Meta description tag of the homepage. It is suggested to select keywords for the homepage that are very competitive and are of high priority. Start with the title tag. The title tag is subject to < 80 character limit; although only about < 69 characters are visible on Google.

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    Sadly, I can't let you know a correct number that is the "right" number of keywords on a page, for the most part since that is the wrong approach to consider keyword optimization.

    There's no keyword density you ought to go for - indeed, utilizing a keyword too many times can result in penalization due to "keyword stuffing." Just remember the user in mind, and just utilize keywords when you have to. You'll discover enough common chances to incorporate keywords that you won't need to worry about reaching an arbitrary number.

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    Targeting many keywords from one page is like doing SPAM. It will look like keyword stuffing which will violate Google guidelines. I would suggest target only 3 to 5 keyword from one page and try to use unique and related words of your keywords and avoid using keyword stuffing in the content.

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    Nice Post keep it up.

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    You can focus on keeping your keywords density at the correct level to avoid SEO problem. And the basic keyword density for 500 words content is 2-3%.

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