How do you use keywords in your text? How many times, and basically how do you use them with...
Answered in a lot of hubs, type in keywords up the top , click on search you will find plenty of answers !
Most of the people express different views on Keyword density. The keyword density should be 3-5% if more than that, then search engines mark it as over promotional of keywords.
The content should be relevant to the topic of keywords; target 2-3 keywords on each page of the Website , then we get better rankings in the search engines!
What you're looking for is info on onpage SEO or webpage optimization. I have a hub on this and there are many others around: http://hubpages.com/hub/increase-page-r … h-pagerank
The most important places to have your keyphrase are the url and title. Placing them in text is important too but secondary.
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