Help Me/Question Main Keywords Problem

webee

Well-Known Member
I think your are asking about keyword density, you need to use 3 to 5% keywords for your article to get to top in the Google SERP. You need to include keywords in your title, sub title and the selected keywords should be in the any of first 3 lines of article, Google reads title and treats first three lines as the meta description. So you need to follow this criteria.
 

TAMIM

Active Member
Very very thanks webee for waste your time. It will help me to do my next project and also thanks for kind information.
 

Sunder42

Active Member
There can be a lot of usage of java this keyword. In java, this is a reference variable that refers to the current object.
 
The SEO Keyword Ranking metric measures your search engine rankings for targeted keywords and analyzes changes in that ranking over time. When it comes to search engine marketing, this is the quintessential KPI as it demonstrates the effectiveness of your website at getting ranked on Google and attracting organic traffic. It is extremely important to track this KPI alongside other SEO Metrics and KPIs to get a full understanding of your keywords.
 

nick0201

Active Member
can you please share the link to your first blog?
without seeing how one can suggest where to optimize?
 

Monica Chortle

Yellow Belt
The SEO Keyword Ranking metric measures your search engine rankings for targeted keywords and analyzes changes in that ranking over time. When it comes to search engine marketing, this is the quintessential KPI as it demonstrates the effectiveness of your website at getting ranked on Google and attracting organic traffic. It is extremely important to track this KPI alongside other SEO Metrics and KPIs to get a full understanding of your keywords.
Thank you so much for sharing valuable information.
 

Anishafatima

White Belt
You can use up to 3% of keywords in your blog. Keyword density is the percentage calculated based on the number of times a keyword occurs inside the content of the webpage divided by the total word count.
 
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