Describes how high a keyword is found on a web page. The higher the keyword is, the more weight it is given by the search engine because the more important words of a web page are generally placed near the top of the page.
How close to the beginning or top of a web page that a keyword is found
the location (i.e placement) of a given keyword in the HTML source code of a web page. The higher up in the page a particular word is, the more prominent it is and thus the more weight that word is assigned by the search engine when that word matches a keyword search done by a search engine user. Consequently, it's best to have your first paragraph be chock full of important keywords rather than superfluous marketingspeak. This concept also applies to the location of important keywords within individual HTML tags, such as heading tags, title tags, or hyperlink text. So get in the habit of starting off your title tags with a good keyword rather than "Welcome to." [ edit
The general location of a keyword or phrase in relation to the overall text on that page. You'll want to make sure your important keywords appear early in your Web site copy and that they draw attention to themselves.
How prominently keywords appear in the text of a web page. Title tags, headers, the beginning of paragraphs and hyperlinks, are just some of the places keywords should feature prominently.
The position of a keyword or phrase within the web page or on the HTML code.
(Density) - How close to the start of an area that your keyword appears. The closer to the beginning your targeted keyword appears, the higher the prominence, the higher the prominence the better. Prominence applies to the words within the title, body of the document, the meta tags, the heading tags, and the alt-tags.
The position of a keyword or keyword phrase, where it is used, on a web page. The heigher it is placed the more prominent it is.
The prominence of a given keyword in the HTML source code of a web page is the keyword prominence.
Denotes how close to the start of an area of a page that a keyword appears. Generally, having the keyword close to the top of a page will lead to an improvement in the search engine ranking of that page.
Number of keywords in the first place within a unit (paragraph, page, title, content box). Some text-building features in GGG increase the keyword prominence, by inserting extra keywords in selected positions.
Emphasis given to keywords in an attempt to get search engines to rank the page higher for those terms. This can be done by including them in headings, larger fonts, linked text, image tags or at the beginning of sentences and paragraphs
Use of keywords in Web page titles, meta tags, and other prominent labels.
How close to the top of your page where keyword appears.This could be helpful to your search rankings since search engines consider it a relevant factor.
Keyword prominence measures how close the keyword appears of the beginning of the sentence. The closer to the beginning your targeted keyword appears, the higher the prominence will be, with a higher keyword prominence being favorable. Prominence applies to word in the title, web page body, META tags, Heading tags, and the alt-tags.
Prominence is the ratio of the position of one keyword or keyword phrase to the positions of the other keywords in an HTML section of the page. Your most important keywords must appear in the crucial locations on your web pages because search engines like pages where keywords appear in certain locations.
Denotes how close to the start of an area of a page that a keyword appears. In general, having the keyword closer to the start of an area will lead to an improvement in the search engine ranking of a page.
Refers to how "high up" on a web page a keyword appears. Generally, if keywords are visible on the first screen on a web page without site visitors having to scroll, the words are said to have high keyword prominence.
How close to the beginning of the content a keyword appears on a page. A keyword that appears closer to the top of the page will be more relevant to some search engines. However, your keywords and phrases should be peppered throughout the page, in the middle and end for best results.
The theory that some search engines give more weight to text that appears near the beginning of a document.
where your keywords lie in relation to the top of the Web page.
The location (i.e placement) of a given keyword in the HTML source code of a web page. The more prominent it is, the more weight that word is assigned by the search engine when that word matches a keyword search done by a search engine user. See also: Hidden Keywords, HTML Source, Key phrase (or keyword phrase), Keyword, Keyword Density, Keyword Popularity, Keyword Research, Keyword Rich, Keyword Stuffing, Meta Description, Meta Keywords, Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Positioning