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msg:115074
 4:06 am on May 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

How can you get a keyword desity of 20% and still have a readable text?

And then how can you focus on two or three different queries at the time?
Query 1: 20%
Query 2: 20%
Query 3: 20%
That leaves how much space for other words?!

Perhaps Google should use a thesaurus. Allow webmasters to use more words with the same meaning. And allow searchers to get more/better results.

 

grifter




msg:115075
 4:16 am on May 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

If your site was only one page, I'd see how this might be a problem.

BigDave




msg:115076
 4:28 am on May 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

What google document are you reading that encourages this sort of overloading yoour page with the keyword?

In fact, there has been some discussion this month that you might be able to over-optimize your site and get in trouble on some keyphrases.

skipfactor




msg:115077
 4:41 am on May 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

Allow webmasters to use more words with the same meaning. And allow searchers to get more/better results.

Focus on a few keyphrases per page, and call on them liberally [added: whoops, conservatively <damn you Freud>] in a flowing paragraph; keywords are for acronyms & >PR6 sites.

wackmaster




msg:115078
 1:05 pm on May 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

One keyword phrase at 20% density? Yuuuuuk! Any page that forces one keyword phrase to 20% density will be unreadable!

Density of "keyword phrase" = 20%
Density of "20% density" = 20%
Density of "one keyword" = 20%

;-)

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