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- sweet boy
October 22, 2003, 9:24 am
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factor in a search engines algorithm. It refers to the amount of times
a keyword repeats in a page. The exact keyword density that would be
perfect depends on the relative use of the phrase you are trying for
on the web as a whole.
In the example you gave the keyword density is high. In fact, far too
high that it would probably be detrimental to your rankings and the
repetition may get penalties applied.
More important is prominence (how high up and obvious your keywords
are). Rewriting your example
ABC :: Dealer, Sale, Suppliers, Exporters
has much better prominence because ABC is at the beginning.
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