Term frequency / keyword density / or just keyword stuffing ?

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Hello fellow warriors, today I have read an article on term frequency (Using Term Frequency Analysis to Measure Your Content Quality) and would like to find out what you guys think.

My idea is to add to my home / landing page as many relevant search terms as possible (let me say 50 to 70 most relevant keywords). Separate each keyword by a comma and hope that Google will treat it as some kind of relevant description of my page. Any thoughts on this idea?

Negative, but constructive comments are more than welcome
#density #frequency #keyword #keyword density #keyword strategy #keyword stuffing #stuffing #term
  • Profile picture of the author qwikad
    Although your approach may or may not work, Google uses more than just relevant keywords to measure content quality (of which you're, of course, aware of). It seems like creativeness and originality is always assessed higher than good content with relevant keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    In addition to what qwikad stated, you'll additionally risk Keyword Cannibalization, which confuses search engines with a lack of focus. It's always best to concentrate a sole page or section to a single keyword (or a group of related keywords). Otherwise, search engines won't know which page to present in the search results.

    The Risk: They won't show any pages at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by fjgust0 View Post

    Hello fellow warriors, today I have read an article on term frequency (Using Term Frequency Analysis to Measure Your Content Quality) and would like to find out what you guys think.

    My idea is to add to my home / landing page as many relevant search terms as possible (let me say 50 to 70 most relevant keywords). Separate each keyword by a comma and hope that Google will treat it as some kind of relevant description of my page. Any thoughts on this idea?

    Negative, but constructive comments are more than welcome
    The problem is whoever wrote the article you've read is clueless about SEO.

    Counting words is not SEO.
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