Hopefully you enjoyed my article on How to Write a Good Internet Article and are practicing your skill in writing keyword dense articles. This article will describe how to analyze the density of your internet articles, blog posts or web content.

How to Analyze Key Word Density
Anyone writing content for the internet should be concerned with keyword density. Internet writing differs from other media in how readers find you. If you’re writing for print, key word density is of little or no importance. Keyword density is applicable in internet writing because it is a factor in how search engines determine what is relevant to a user’s search. Unless your readers are coming to your site directly (ie. you’re famous and have a built in readership) or they are referred by another site, your readers find you from a search engine. There are other factors search engines use in ranking your page as relevant to a user’s search but clearly, the key words in your article are a huge factor on relevance. If your goal is to write an internet article that is discovered by searchers, you need to analyze your keyword density.

For demonstration purposes, I’m going to show you how I analyzed the keyword density on my recent article about writing good internet articles. I chose the title to capture anyone who inputs the search, how to write a good internet article. But let’s face it, I really want anyone who uses the terms internet article used together in their search so I’ll show you how to analyze these key words.

If you drafted your internet article as I proposed, you have a natural keyword density. I pulled up a tool to analyze text for density found here. I copied and pasted my text into the text box on their site, chose the terms internet article to analyze and let it do its thing. Here’s what it returned to me:

Now, this is a tool that tells me the density of my keywords “internet article”, just from the text without any analysis of my meta-data is 4.4%. I’m typically shooting for 5 percent but I don’t ever want my article to sound like spam so I’ll accept 4.4%. The nice thing about this site I’m using here is you can change the text in the box, add more keywords and re-analyze your keyword density. A brilliant idea if you think you might not have written them densely enough on your first draft. Happy with the keyword density of my article I added my meta-data, a custom description, a custom excerpt, key words and tags. So let’s look at what my key word density is after this little extra (which by the way is super simple if you’re using WordPress.) I go to another site for this analysis here.

I ask it to go to my post and analyze the keywords “internet article” including the meta-data and here’s what it showed me:

Screen shot of keyword density analysis

I’m not even going to try to explain what all of this means – it’s a science all it’s own and the two sites I’ve used for demonstration purposes are not the only services available for keyword density analysis – they just happened to rank high on google so they get some free advertisement here. I’m just happy that overall, after analyzing the article, the terms “internet article” was used 44 times and has a density percentage of 4.5%. That is in my books, a key word rich internet article and it doesn’t sound like spam.

If you’re writing for sites like eHow, associated content, hub stubs, or just want to have more traffic to your website or blog, I hope this article on analyzing keyword density has been helpful. As usual, you are free to use this free internet article any way you see fit, just don’t forget to link back. Good luck driving massive traffic to your site with keyword rich internet articles.