Optimize Keyword Density in WordPress with Keyword Snatcher


Optimize Keyword Density in WordPress with Keyword Snatcher

Every SEO specialist has their own formula for keyword density. Personally, I prefer to simply have articles written naturally. I try to make sure I’m appropriately mentioning and writing about my targeted keywords.

However, many SEO copywriters rely on external applications or online tools to report keyword density — sticking to their tried-and-true formula. If you’re one of those people and you use WordPress to publish your content, you’re in luck. A new plugin for WordPress called Keyword Snatcher provides a quicktag to the “Write” page to easily display the current keyword density.

Keyword Snatcher keyword density plugin for WordPress

The plugin is not only easy to use, it’s also easy to install and doesn’t require any modifications. One of my favorite features is that it excludes common search engine stop words — taken from Aaron Wall’s stop words list.

Keyword Snatcher is available for free from impNERD.

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  • http://www.digitalproductsreview.net/blog/ Stephan Miller

    It looks like he has a two or three word phrase update coming up which should make it even more useful.

  • http://www.dawjee.com Ben Will

    Nice plugin. I find it fastinating that so many SEO gurus are talking about keyword density. Earlier today I already read a story about KWD on Hobo blog.

    However, I’m not too sure how relevant KWD is these days.

    Good luck!

  • http://sitening.com/blog Jon Henshaw

    @Yicrosoft Directory, I guess it’s only needed if it’s needed. Obviously, it’s not for you, but many SEO specialists are religious about keyword density.

    Personally, I’m not very anal about it. I just make sure to include keywords in the title and make sure I repeat target words frequently enough in the main body of the entry.

  • Yicrosoft Directory

    Looks like a nice plugin, im not sure if its really needed though.

    Keyword density is not a top priority in my opinion