I decided to get some articles on EZA for the usual "traffic reasons". Instead of breaking my head into writing an article, I used one from my blog. Believe me, I picked an article that was really damn good, since it was written primarily for my blog.
Copied everything in EZA. Made some fine adjustments. After a couple of previews, hit "Submit!". And all of a sudden, EZA throws an error that a certain word has a density of 2.4%, which was unacceptable. Removed one of its instance. Another error, 2.2%. Removed one more.
And now it got accepted. A little math tells me that each instance of the word accounted for .2%. So if a certain word's density if more than 2%, EZA would reject it without a second thought.
But let me tell you the real problem. The instances of the words I used were legitimate (What do you expect from a 400 words article?). Having to remove them did make it a little unreadable. This was not an intentional keyword spamming I did.
Anyone else has experienced this? I am certain that we can sometime unknowingly exceed the 2% limit. There is a limit to the number of pronouns and other grammatical atrocities we can put in.
So, what's your ideas? How do you keep the density down, if at all you exceed it?