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Hello Warriors,

I am confused about how google sees and penalizes keyword stuffing.

When I use a keyword density check tool like Keyword Density Tool (a real good one by the way)

I see the overall density of keywords for the URL. But does google check the keyord density as in context to the whole site or does it look at each post or each page ?...because, say an article on your blog has a keyword density of say 17% (real high) but overall for the entire URL that keyword has a density of only 3% do you get penalized?
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  • Profile picture of the author auradev
    If you can think of something, I guarantee you 10 people at Google thought of it.

    Just write good content that reads well and convinces people to buy what you are selling and dont worry about all this technical stuff like density.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
    Forget about 'keyword stuffing' and other voodoo and just write about the subject so it is factually correct, informative, and entertaining. You'll find that you will mention your main keyword as well as other related language in your article without even trying. That's the perfect keyword density.

    Google is well passed looking at a keyword density percentage.
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    • Profile picture of the author RedWaterDub
      That sounds like pretty sound advice....
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  • Profile picture of the author ngseosept
    A SEO technique used by Web designers to overload keywords onto a Web page so that search engines will read the page as being relevant in a Web search.
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    Let them eat cake!

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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Gilbert
    I don't think this works anymore after the Panda update. Correct me if i'm wrong?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by s1wg4u View Post

      I don't think this works anymore after the Panda update. Correct me if i'm wrong?
      Still works, just don't get carried away with it.

      I run a couple of image gallery type sites that have zero articles, so I do a good bit of on-page seo. The trick is to stuff relevant words on-page & use the main keyword (per page) in the page-title + url.

      Again, don't get carried away. It can be done without making the page look like crap.
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  • Profile picture of the author highave1
    Try to write fresh and unique contents and forget about density. bcz you know Panda not saying about density it's about uniqueness.
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  • Profile picture of the author katieholms
    Originally Posted by RedWaterDub View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I am confused about how google sees and penalizes keyword stuffing.

    When I use a keyword density check tool like Keyword Density Tool (a real good one by the way)

    I see the overall density of keywords for the URL. But does google check the keyord density as in context to the whole site or does it look at each post or each page ?...because, say an article on your blog has a keyword density of say 17% (real high) but overall for the entire URL that keyword has a density of only 3% do you get penalized?

    Hello,
    Keyword Stuffing is generally consider as unethical way of SEO.It comes in light when you have so many key words in meta-tag or content.It used to gain high rank by the search engines but it is completely outdated now.
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