Your site's search engine optimization relies heavily on keywords. Your whole SEO strategy revolves around the selection of appropriate keywords. Your search engine optimization strategy will not have a solid basis, and as a result, you will not be successful. One step toward improving the on-site SEO of your website is to have a better understanding of keyword density. This is a tutorial on keyword density, which can be found here.
The concept of keyword density refers to the proportion of your targeted keywords relative to the total amount of words that may be indexed on a given site. If you have an article that is 100 words long, for instance, and you want to have a 1 percent keyword ratio, then it indicates that you should have the presence of your keyword one time inside that 100-word text.
By paying attention to the percentage of times your targeted phrase appears in your content, you may send a message to search engines indicating that the subject matter of your post (the term you want to rank for) is comprehensive. If your site has this signal, then it will have relevance and a strong keyword presence.
Do not confuse this with the practice of keyword stuffing. The practice of including as many instances of a targeted term as possible inside an article while paying little to no consideration to the experience of the reader is known as "keyword stuffing." The practice of overusing keywords is not only unethical but also a spammy technique that will not get you higher in the rankings.
There are differences among the various search engines in terms of the ideal keyword density. For instance, the ideal keyword density range provided by Google is between 1 and 2 percent.