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Answer: Keyword density means the number of times a keyword occurs on a page. If a page has 1000 words and 100 words are ‘mortgage,’ then it has a 10% density. A good Google density is about 3-5%. Too much, and Google sees you as spam. Too little, and you haven’t communicated to Google what you are about. A good tool: Keyworddensity.com.
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