Today marks the release of another free tool for freelance writers -- a free keyword density analyzer. Before you groan about the evils of SEO content though, check out the press release below for more details. It was made with writers in mind to help you not only improve keyword density based on client requests, but also improve readability! As with any press release, feel free to publish the release below elsewhere if you'd like to spread the word about our tools.
Freelance writing blog, All Freelance Writing (http://AllFreelanceWriting.com), released the latest in their collection of free online tools and resources for freelance writers -- a keyword density analyzer. The keyword density tool is tailored to the specific needs of writers who worry not only about general keyword density for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes for clients, but who also need to keep an emphasis on readability.
"Many keyword density analyzers do little more than offer the frequency of a keyword or phrase within an article," said All Freelance Writing Founder, Jennifer Mattern. "Those keyword density checkers might be fine if someone only cares about reaching a specific density for search engine rankings, but it completely neglects real readers. The tool released on All Freelance Writing overcomes this. Not only does it allow writers to track word counts and keyword density, but it also shows the writer where those words and phrases are located in relation to each other, so they can avoid 'keyword stuffing' which is a turn-off to readers."
The All Freelance Writing keyword density analyzer accomplishes this by providing a preview on-site that highlights each keyword phrase (up to three) in a different color. This provides writers with a visual representation of that keyword density. Whereas density calculations in general let a writer know whether they should add or remove instances of a keyword or phrase, this highlighting feature helps them move existing words and phrases around instead to improve readability without affecting overall keyword density (which is often dictated by the client).
Writers can calculate the density of up to three different keyword phrases at once. The tool provides the user with the overall word count, the number of times a keyword or phrase appears within the text, and the keyword density percentage for each word or phrase chosen. Writers can also choose the minimum character count for what will constitute a word in the word count and calculations (up to four characters). This allows them to comply with keyword density requirements from clients who prefer not to count one or two-letter words in the overall count.
The keyword density analyzer can be found at http://allfreelancewriting.com/keyword-density-analyzer/ where users fill out a simple form. Just copy the article text into the main box, add up to three keyword phrases in the subsequent boxes, and the results appear automatically. This is a "live" keyword density checker so there is no wait time. If the writer wants to view they keyword distribution, they can click the "show text" button at the bottom of the form to display the highlighted text. When they make changes and want to view the new distribution, they should click the "hide text" button and then "show text" again. That automatically clears the old data and presents the updated highlighted text.
The keyword density analyzer is the latest in a line of new features and free tools to benefit freelance writers including two word count trackers, a freelance hourly rate calculator, free WordPress themes for writers looking to build a blog or professional site, a new professional freelance writing marketplace, and the upcoming freelance tax calculator and writer's market directory launching in March. Writer freebies can be accessed through http://allfreelancewriting.com/stuff-for-writers/ or the "free stuff" link at the top of the blog. The new freelance writing marketplace can be found at http://allfreelancewriting.com/freelance-writing-marketplace/.
About All Freelance Writing
All Freelance Writing is a freelance writing blog run by freelance business writer, professional blogger, and former public relations consultant, Jennifer Mattern. The blog was originally launched as a collaborative blog called Six Figure Writers (SFW) in 2006 and became AllFreelanceWriting.com in August of 2007 when the SFW blog was merged with Mattern’s freelance writing jobs blog. The blog now consists of a team of freelance writers covering business-related topics for freelancers such as finding higher paying freelance writing jobs, marketing tips for freelance writers, freelance humor, issues facing work at home parents, writer's markets, free tools, and more. Mattern is also a co-founder of the Freelance Theater (FreelanceTheater.com) audio play series for freelance writers.
For more information about the new keyword density analyzer, All Freelance Writing, or other free resources for freelance writers, please contact Jennifer Mattern at email@example.com.
Jennifer Mattern is a professional blogger, freelance business writer, and indie author. She began writing for clients in 1999 and started her first blog in 2004.
She owns 3 Beat Media - a publishing and client services company which operates All Indie Writers as well as several other websites and blogs including The Busy Author's Guide and BizAmmo. Jenn comes from a background in online PR and social media consulting, having owned a small PR firm for several years before choosing to pursue a full-time writing and publishing career.
Jenn also writes fiction under multiple pen names in the areas of children's fiction, mysteries, and horror fiction. Jenn is an active member of the Horror Writers Association (HWA) and currently serves as the organization's Assistant Coordinator of Promotions and Social Media.
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