I am just starting to write my copy for our Beamstyle Designs website, and I came across this text analysis tool which I find it quite useful to improve my copies.
I am currently writing a copy on online stores design, and I ran the text using the text analysis tool using the keyword “online store design”.
Here are some results I got from it:
|Total word count :||331|
I have read some online articles, and they suggest that around 250-500 words per page is a good number for both human readers and search engines. Great!
|Readability (Gunning-Fog Index) : (6-easy 20-hard)||7.1|
Seems like our page could be read easily.
Now let’s see if the density of our keywords are good enough.
|online store design||Not found||%|
Right… silly me. I never wrote any of that in my entire copy. I guess that is why we need tools like this. Let’s look at the keyword density of my other keywords.
Two word phrases:
Seems like I got a pretty good keyword density with the keyword “online store”.
Let’s see our three word phrases:
|online store solution||5||1%||40.5|
|an online store||5||1%||43.6|
|how to build||3||0.6%||23.7|
|know how to||3||0.6%||23.9|
|we know how||3||0.6%||24.1|
|build an online||3||0.6%||28.8|
|to build an||3||0.6%||29|
|custom online store||3||0.6%||61.8|
We got a good keyword density with the keyword “online store solutions”
I had read that the optimum keyword density should be 2-4% for 2 worded keywords and 0.8-1.5% for 3 worded keywords. Seems like I am on a good track… if I add back my target keyword in my copy.
Now I am wondering if I use run that tool with this copy. 🙂