The Keyword Counter & Density Calculator plugin calculates how many times each keyword is used in a in a post or a page. When you write or edit a post/page, you can see a handy list of the keywords you've used -- listed in order, starting with the words you use most commonly.
Why use Keyword Counter & Density Calculator
If you're writing an article, one important factor to keep in mind is, what are the keywords you're using? How often do you use them? This is essential for SEO (search engine optimization) reasons. You want to use your keywords a bunch, but not too much.
But when you write, you're often faced with the problem: how many times did I use this keyword, or that one? Usually, there's a manual process: control-F (or command-F for Mac lovers!) to find and count the number of times you used it, look up the total number of words, do some division -- and this gets frustrating before you even start.
But look no further! The Keyword Counter & Density Calculator is here to help.
Here is how it works. Once installed and activated, when you write a post or a page, above the text editing box, there is a new button called "Count Keywords". Click it, and a chart will come up. For all keywords, it lists their frequency, so you can see how many times you've used it. It also lists their density -- both, as compared to the total # of words you wrote, and also as compared to the total number of non-small words you wrote (excluding words like "in", "of", and "but", for example). You also get a red/yellow/green alert as to how on target the density is, so you know what you need to improve.
But not only is the plugin great -- but we're very dedicated to our users. We're friendly and supportive -- and we love helping everyone out. Email us any questions, or see our support page at: our Plugin Support page
Count the keywords in your page/post.
Calculate keyword density for each keyword.
You can configure keywords that are more than one word! Lets say, one of your most important keywords is the phrase, "WordPress security" -- by default, that would be treated as two separate words. But you could configure it to treat them as one phrase.
Our other favorite feature is: optional stemming. If you want it to treat "walk", "walks", "walking", "walk's", etc, as one word -- then just turn on the stemming option! Note that this feature predicts the root based on the conjugation, so you might sometimes get guesses that aren't exactly on mark; but it's usually on target, and perfect for our SEO purposes.
You can turn on/off whether you want the count to include the small words or not.
You can also add in words to exclude, as well.
You can limit the # of keywords to review -- in case it's a huge document that's using up lots of memory!
You can edit the list of default "small" words that are excluded, in case you want to remove any, or add some more.
WordPress 4.0 and forward
PHP 5.3 and forward
Upload the folder 'keyword-counter-density-calculator' to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
In the WordPress admin UI under the Settings menu, there will be a new menu link created, called 'Keyword Counter & Density Calc'
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