View Full Version : keyword density for seo - looking only static portion?

08-04-2009, 01:24 PM
I wanted to check the keyword density of my website such as in this link: http://www.linkvendor.com/seo-tools/keyword-density.html

and I was surprised to see that, the nbsp that i put in in many places, in the static portion of my site, in order to create spacing, count as the main keyword. I obviously I dont want that. Also, this nbsp should not be the most frequent keyword anyway, if it looked at my databases and went through so many articles that I have in there, and those articles of course contain many keywords. In other words, it seems that it is looking only at the static portion of my website, but not to the articles in my databases. (which has much more content than the static part). May be that's why my search engine ranking is really bad...Anyway, regarding this specific problem, what should I do? Does this result mean, if this tool does not see the keywords in my articles, google and yahoo wont see them either?

What should I do?

Note: It doesnt seem to look at the forum that I have under my site either...That forum also has a lot of content.

Please advise..

08-04-2009, 04:51 PM
Make sure you have links to your forum and at least one database article (link them to each other, or have a blog-like format.) Then, go to Google webmaster tools and request a recrawl.

08-04-2009, 10:55 PM
well, to build one link to a database article is simple but to link all database (dynamic) articles to each other will be something else, plus even if I do, it would seem meaningless to the user, seeing all articles linked to each other....Or did I not understand you correctly?

08-04-2009, 11:00 PM
I meant maybe a footer linked to the next & previous chronological article. Also, create a sitemap!

08-05-2009, 12:11 AM
Thanks will do...It is a good idea...The fact that next and previous article links will also need to be dynamic links will not matter I hope...

08-05-2009, 12:25 AM
If you have a database, each article should have unique identifier, usually a number. Simply take one off from/add one to the number.

08-05-2009, 07:32 PM
I'm not sure what you are asking, but i think to get that keyword density think correct....you could use meta description and meta keyword tags

To be more confident You can contact any SEOspecialist, who will be in a betterposition to assist you.

08-28-2009, 05:56 PM
Check your keyword density with this SEO (http://www.seoborg.com) tool again:

09-04-2009, 11:05 PM
thanks sm911 for the link where you can actually see the keyword density and the other stuffs... great site, is that yours? I am talking about this http://www.seocentro.com/tools/searc...-analyzer.html

If not thanks for the link, its a good checker..
I use a simple SEOQauke