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    www.keyworddensity.com is one of the quick and dirty ways
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    Pick the tools such as WEBCEO. They will help you with many aspects of SEO, not just keyword density.

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    Its better to use the title as:
    Nintendo Wii News - Wii Pics - Wii Specs

    Than
    Nintendo Wii News - Nintendo Wii Pics - Nintendo Wii Specs.,
    Dont care about keyword density., All that matters is how your title is helpful to your site's visitors and how much it is related to your page's content.
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    I found this works, here is an example:

    BookChair | Chair for book, Hold your book in chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by suthra
    Dont care about keyword density., All that matters is how your title is helpful to your site's visitors and how much it is related to your page's content.
    Valid point, it doesn't matter if you are #1 in the search engines. If your listing isn't inviting people to click on you, you don't get traffic!

    It's all about balance
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    Title Is Acceptable

    Your point in making the title tag is acceptable but make sure that the keyword which you are using is in what rating in google so that you can the top place soon.

    This is my kind advice if you think this is correct you can proceed it are else avoid this reply






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    Keywords in your title

    Hello to all. I have been with a very successful SEO firm now for 3 years as one of it's founders. In my experience, the manner in which you utilize your keywords in your title and or description do have a tremendous effect on your placement. Please keep in mind, though, those are certainly not the only factors in achieving the placement you desire (preferably first page).

    While I will not go into the details on the other aspects, in regard to the Title : 1) Start with your most important (primary) keyword as the beginning of a short sentence for your title (under 40 characters if you can). 2) Do NOT use periods, commas, or stop words (ie..in, my, our, domain name). 3) After the short starting sentence, use your keywords in the order of importance to you and do NOT a.)repeat them more than twice and ..b) do not let your title exceed 200 characters.

    My company currently provides excellent search positioning to over 500 companies throughout the U.S.A. and abroad.


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    Time has changed! Keyword stuffing is a thing to avoide at any cost, not only for the SE's but for your visitors, who spent lot of time to harness the real vender over the net.

    Now think of those visitors who are looking for genuine vendors. Repeating Keywords in Title is a thing of past. Earlier most SEO's has done several trials and later they have published the results to help others.

    But in long run legitimate titles won the game. having one strong keyword in title along with a clean caption really attract people to click. I being an SEO from several years learnt a lot.

    Dont just believe that top position in search engines will get you rich. All your efforts should be "natural".

    Let search engines found your site, they will place you better "Naturally"

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    It's better to use keyword variations rather than keyword duplication. Example: Auto Buying - Buy Car - Purchase Automobile

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahearn
    It's better to use keyword variations rather than keyword duplication. Example: Auto Buying - Buy Car - Purchase Automobile
    Although that doesn't read very well...

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    To Hawk and tibrewal, yes, I agree with you both and that is simply what I was referring to as well. Glad to know that there are others in the industry that have also paid attn.

    Yes, keyword stuffing has become a thing of the past and the general public has started to become knowledgeable enough to see the difference as well.

    Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-termin8or
    How do you check for the keywords density?
    Keyword density is not so important for ranking. The right words at the right place, for a readable content. Nothing more to do. Avoid everything else. It's unuseful & risky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hevypockets
    To Hawk and tibrewal, yes, I agree with you both and that is simply what I was referring to as well. Glad to know that there are others in the industry that have also paid attn.

    Yes, keyword stuffing has become a thing of the past and the general public has started to become knowledgeable enough to see the difference as well.

    Keep up the good work.
    Thanks for your kind words.

    The way technology is moving, awareness is also increasing. Today no one can predict how a SE will behave. One thing will remain for ever >> Clean and Quality Work.

    wheather it's a SE or a human, they are force to give value to a quality site. It matters a lot, how you virtually force your visitors to spend more time on your site.

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    itz really usefull article.. which i never read related in SEO
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    Another thing to remember, is that your keywords really should appear within the body text of your pages. Otherwise, it is spamming.

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    I you want to see SEO in a different light, I suggest taking a look James Brausch's blog.

    There, James covers his Ranking Factors (also at http://RankingFactors.com.)
    (Not Affilliate) course that presents the actual results of a statistical analysis of tens of thousands of search engine results. Very Enlightening.

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    nice spam coletti
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    Based on my experience, if you have too much keywords repeated then Google gives your site hard time. So try avoid repeating keywords as much as possible. Just my 2 cents.

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    BTW, how many users do you think, guys, really read titles of page. IMHO most see content of page itself and do not care much about title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by altima
    BTW, how many users do you think, guys, really read titles of page.
    Given that the page title is displayed in the search engine results pages, it won't be much less than 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooperman
    Given that the page title is displayed in the search engine results pages, it won't be much less than 100%.
    Are you sure? Most SE take text near or meta-description.
    Check for example: http://www.google.com/search?q=sitepoint&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:rufficial
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    You're absolutely right! I think the titles of those links are coming from dmoz though, aren't they?

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    not sure, it looks like from Meta-description for Google
    while I've just checked, Yahoo and MSN use text from <title> also
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    I think that the <title> of the page is used in the serps unless there is a dmoz entry, and then the dmoz title is used (in google anyway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hevypockets
    Yes, keyword stuffing has become a thing of the past and the general public has started to become knowledgeable enough to see the difference as well.
    Hi hevypockets,
    You've had some first hand experience of this haven't you? After all, taking a look at this search:
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=sit...e=off&filter=0
    it seems it's not so much a thing of the past after all. How you getting on with that? Any good ranks?


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