Thank you Ken.
I appreciate your reply very much!
Keyword "stuffing" refers to having too many keywords sprinkled within the pages content. That's why we have analyze it! and I agree with that 100%! Over the years, I've found that when I compose a page now, I have just the right amount most every time. This has been a lesson that's been well learned and I appreciate analyzer for having taught me how many is alright.
I vote to restore it to the way it was previously. Those who are in favor of keeping it ONE, are still free to do so.
Here's why... http://www.wordstream.com/seo-keyword
I have NEVER keyword stuffed my pages, but I have optimized pages for one word (BIG keywords) for adsense, especially when I was first starting out. (Now I don't focus too much on the biggies...) Meta tags for me, help me drill down a pages content to several categories which help tie the content together. I give them as much thought as the description and title.
For example, my page with the keyword "makeup" is entitled Your Makeup Color Season
So for the keywords I had "makeup, color season, skin tone, celebrities, how to apply makeup (H2 page linked to the H3)
It lets me know in an instant what the page talks about.
(makeup by itself is WAY too broad a category!)
It has 56 LIKES on FB so far... (or about that) [Domain Private]
Of course, I could always change the page to your-makeup-color-season and that would help... but it's more work!
And although I am almost 60 years old now, I do not mind change, especially when it's necessary.
This just isn't one of those times.