Keyword Density Checker

i-SeoTools: Search Engine Optimization

Keyword Density Checker

Enter a URL

About Keyword Density Checker


Did you know that the percentage of times a keyword appears on your webpage compared to the total number of words on that page has ranking effects on the page?

Sure it does, and it's called "Keyword Density."

Mention a keyword or phrase too many times and search engines are likely to frown on your website. Do it a little less than necessary and search engines may not pick up enough signals to rank the page for that particular keyword.

Simply put, your keyword density should get just right for the best search performance. Not too much, not too little!

But how do you start calculating how often keywords appear on a website or blog post? Can you even do it exactly?

It turns out you've got help from a reliable tool. And that's why we created this SST Keyword Density Checker.


Keyword Density Checker is a tool built-in solely for the purpose of calculating the keyword density of any website.

The development team at Small SEO Tool created the tool after they found out that some marketers still stuff a lot of keywords into their content without even realizing it. This made their websites suffer as Google doesn't want you to stuff your content with keywords unnecessarily.

This tool solves this problem perfectly. It enables you to analyze either an entire web page with its URL or a text by copying and pasting.

The simplest method of calculating keyword density is usually the number of times you divide a particular keyword in a text by the total number of words mentioned in the text, and then multiply the result by a hundred to get your percentage.

But our Keyword Density Tool is more than just calculating keyword density. It actually checks and analyzes all of the top keywords used on the page or text that is being analyzed and shows you the following metrics for better SEO performance and effective content optimization:

  • The total number of keywords on this page.
  • The page load time if you're analyzing a URL.
  • A tag cloud detailing any keyword used on the parsed page or text.
  • Top keywords used in the content that counts their frequency, and indicators show whether the keywords have a title, description, or <H *>.
  • The keyword density for each keyword or phrase used within the studied content, including its frequency of use and the percentage of usage. These calculations are broken down into descending tilts of one-word keywords, two-word keywords, three-word keywords, and four-word keywords.

This type of sophisticated analysis allows you to easily define and familiarize yourself with the ratio and sum of the keywords used in your content.


Our free online keyword density calculator is as simple as clicking two buttons in two simple steps:

Step 1: On this page (, this is where you are right now, enter the URL of the page you want to analyze. Or choose "TEXT" to insert your content if the piece has not yet been published online.

Step 2: Click on “Check” to execute your request.

Once you have done that our Keyword Density Analyzer will instantly pull all of the keyword data from your website or piece of content and display it in tabular form.

And don't forget, you can use this tool to analyze not only your own web pages, but that of the competition to get an idea of ??what they are doing.

After a keyword density check is performed, you may find that the percentage of times your target keywords appear is either too low or too high. In this case, we recommend that you revise the content.


Keyword density is an essential part of search engine optimization so it is important to understand how it works.

First of all, many people often ask themselves the question:

"Does keyword density affect ranking?"

Well, there is no official opinion from Google or any other major search engine specifically stating that keyword density affects ranking. But without a page that contains a particular keyword, there is absolutely no way the search engines will rank like a page for that keyword, even if that might be its target keyword.

In other words, * keywords * are important for a page to show up in search engine results pages (SERPs). And where there are keywords, there must of course be keyword density.

So the German question might be to ask:

"What is the best keyword density for a better ranking?"

Again, there is no exact or ideal percentage of keywords for better ranking.

Instead, experts (and Google) suggest writing your content in natural language; that is, without the intensive cramming of keywords. Hence, applying keywords along with the appropriate long-tail keywords and Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) to your keywords in a natural, contextual sense works best.

After your content is created using natural language, you can then use Keyword Density Checker to analyze it to make sure it is not overly filled with keywords.

Keyword stuffing is considered to be spammy practice and a violation of Google's guidelines for webmasters, and in response to such actions, the search engine essentially lowers the ranking of websites that break the rules.

Our free Keyword Density Checker can be useful to show you whether your content is filled with keywords. Normally you can look at the percentage of keyword usage in the context of the “Keyword Density” table.

If you feel particularly concerned that some keywords have been mentioned too many times, use this free Keyword Density Analyzer to see how many times they have appeared and reduce them in the best way possible.

An effective solution is to mention your target keywords in the on-page body of your text of course and then add the same in the meta title, description, H1, and possibly the URL.

Our tool parses text found in the on-page body of the content, along with content within font tags.


Our tool allows you to view veterinarian content directly from a website using the URL of the page.

But if the content is not yet published online, you can copy and paste the "TEXT" option in the tool area.

If this is the case for you, we want to categorically state that we do not save or see your content. Your privacy is very important to us and we recognize it.