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    Keyword density is the percentage of the number of times a keyword appears on a page divided by the total number of words in that page. So if in an article of 100 words you are using your keyword 10 times, your density will be 10%. Many people use different formulas to calculate keyword density (like this one).

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    The formula to calculate your keyword density on a web page for SEO purposes is ( X / Y ) ∗ 100, where X is how many times you repeated a specific keyword and Y is the total words in the analyzed text.

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    A basic formula for calculating keyword density is: KD = (kw/tw)* 100. Where kw is the number of keywords on the webpage, and tw is the total number of words on the web page.

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