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    Default Accepted keyword weight %'s for head tags and body tags?

    Hi,

    Would be good if someone could either point me to a page or tell me the accepted keyword weight %'s on any given page.

    I'm at the point of bangin my head against a

    I've been using Web CEO not for submissions but to try and get my pages search engine ready. But I'm going nuts trying to figure out what an accepted % weight is for each of tag & body part. After researching the topic for the last week, I'm more confused now than when I started. The thought of taking in any more info is akin to poking needles in my eyes.

    For example, if my keyword phrase is "red widgets in redville " and I've got:

    Title Tag
    Characters in Title 39
    Keyword frequency in Title 2
    Keyword prominence in Title 100%
    Keyword weight in Title 80%

    Meta Description
    Characters in META Description 77
    Words in META Description 11
    Keyword frequency in META Description 1
    Keyword prominence in META Description 59.1%
    Keyword weight in META Description 18.2%

    Meta Keywords
    Characters in META Keywords tag 42
    Words in META Keywords tag 6
    Keyword frequency in META Keywords 1
    Keyword prominence in META Keywords 58.3%
    Keyword weight in META Keywords 33.3%


    Keywords in Body
    Words in Body 303
    Bold keywords in Body 5
    Underlined keywords in Body 1
    Keyword frequency in Body 11
    Keyword prominence in Body 99.5%
    Keyword weight in Body 7.3%
    Keyword at the beginning of Body yes
    Keyword at the end of Body yes

    First heading on the page (H1-H6)
    Headings on the page 2
    Headings with the keyword 100.00%
    Keyword frequency in all headings 2
    Keyword weight in all headings 57.1%


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    Rather than worry about keyword density i would concentrate on writing unqiue clean content, adding your chosen keywords in along the way but not to the point where it looks spammy. However there isnt really an accepted density, most people go for between 2% and 7%. Getting quality backlinks will reward you quicker and better than worrying what your keyword density should be.
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    Thanks casinoportal, you've saved my sanity & my hair...

    I'll start to swap relevant links & go from there.

    While kind of on the subject, well SEO anyway. Google & their sandbox does this only come in to question if it's newly registered domain, or from the time google crawls it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeywordCrazy
    Thanks casinoportal, you've saved my sanity & my hair...

    I'll start to swap relevant links & go from there.

    While kind of on the subject, well SEO anyway. Google & their sandbox does this only come in to question if it's newly registered domain, or from the time google crawls it?
    There's a lot of different oppinions on that subject, it's not so much to do with the site but rather the backlinks you get on a new domain. Google applies a dampening effect or so everyone thinks on new backlinks this can range anywhere from 3 months to 12 months before your start ranking for decent search terms, somepeople have reported that they havent had the sandbox effect on there new site, allthough i think there just a few lucky ones.
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    I hate google - only problem is i think the feeling is mutual
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    Google actually kicks ass and is without doubt the holy grail of search engines. The sandbox does have it's good points, such as it stops spammers and black hat seo's from spamming the first few pages of their index.

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    The sandbox is CERTAINLY not stopping spammers....and in fact many in the sandbox do not deserve to be there.

    There are many searches where the first few pages of results are full of spammers.

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    Well i currently have a none gambling none affiliate website thats been stuck in there sandbox for 6 months, it occasionally gets a few hits everynow and then from google for 3 word or 4 word search terms, the site rocks on msn & yahoo.
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    spam gets worse at football season. The euro's come out of nowhere with the spam. Or russians, examples of these types of domains have a .cz suffix, or .it etc etc

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