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SEO Tools - Keyword Density

by Mark on January 22nd, 2008

SEO Tools - Keyword Density


“This tool will analyze your chosen URL and return a table of keyword density values for one-, two-, or three-word key terms. In an attempt to mimic the function of search engine spiders, it will filter out common stop words (since these will probably be ignored by search engines). It will avoid filtering out stop words in the middle of a term, however (for example: “designing with CSS” would go through, even though “with” is a stop word).”

These are the results for a search of this URL


I’m not quite sure that result was what I’d hoped for but… I’d like to thank the folks at SEO Chat for putting this out there!

Tags: , Keyword-Density-Tool, , SEO-Tools

POSTED IN: Resources, Webmaster Tools

4 opinions for SEO Tools - Keyword Density

  • Jessie
    Jan 23, 2008 at 4:57 am

    Mark, SEO chat looks very helpful in the world of internet marketing. I have never seen that before. Since I have started, I am currently using Nemeas, software which scores your domains and URLs. It enables you to see which ones are scoring highest. It has worked well for me. Keep up the good tips, they are helpful.

    [edited to reflect the correct spelling of nemeas, subject now to further consideration as advertising. Comments Jessie?]

  • Mark
    Jan 23, 2008 at 6:41 am

    Thanks Jessie. I’ve seen Nameas discussed at a couple of forums.

    I’ll also be looking through SEOChat - its new to me also and it sure looks like a lot of interesting tools reside there…

  • Write For Developer Shed
    Jan 23, 2008 at 10:39 am

    […] originally discovering a new resource, for me, to receiving a positive comment from Jessie about this new resource (SEO Chat), to doing a […]

  • Mark
    Jan 24, 2008 at 11:12 am

    Well, well, well Jessie… you seem to have gotten around - like all the way over to John Battelle’s place! How about that???

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