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    What is keyword proximity and density in SEO?


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    Keyword density refers to the ratio or number of keywords contained within the total number of indexed words within a page and term keyword Prominence refers the closeness between two or more keywords or how prominent keywords are within a web page.

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    A keyword is a combination of words and a phrase is the combination of keywords. Keyword Proximity is an important part of content optimization. It refers for the distance between words of a keyword in a phrase. For the keyword “Rankings in Search Engine” Phase I will rank higher than Phase II.

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    Keyword proximity refers to the distance between two keywords in the content.Keywords should not be too close to each other in the content.

    Keyword density refers to the the no. of keywords used per 100 words in the content.It should be between 3 to 4%.

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    Keyword density is used to describe keyword stuffing in your content. for per 400 keywords, it should be 1.

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