Editing & Proofreading
Pages by Word Count
|Word Count||Pages (single spaced)||Pages (double spaced)||Font Size|
|250 Words||½ Page||1 Page||12 Point|
|300 Words||⅔ Page||1⅓ Pages||12 Point|
|400 Words||⅘ Page||1⅗ Pages||12 Point|
|500 Words||1 Page||2 Pages||12 Point|
|600 Words||1⅓ Page||2⅔ Pages||12 Point|
|750 Words||1½ Pages||3 Pages||12 Point|
|800 Words||1⅗ Pages||3⅕ Pages||12 Point|
|1000 Words||2 Pages||4 Pages||12 Point|
|1200 Words||2⅖ Pages||4⅘ Pages||12 Point|
|1500 Words||3 Pages||6 Pages||12 Point|
|2000 Words||4 Pages||8 Pages||12 Point|
|2500 Words||5 Pages||10 Pages||12 Point|
|3000 Words||6 Pages||12 Pages||12 Point|
|3500 Words||7 Pages||14 Pages||12 Point|
|4000 Words||8 Pages||16 Pages||12 Point|
|5000 Words||10 Pages||20 Pages||12 Point|
|6000 Words||12 Pages||24 Pages||12 Point|
|7500 Words||15 Pages||30 Pages||12 Point|
|8000 Words||16 Pages||32 Pages||12 Point|
|10000 Words||20 Pages||40 Pages||12 Point|
About Word Counter
The Word Counter is a tool used for counting words, characters, sentences and paragraphs in real time, while you type. Additionally, this tool also calculates the reading time of your text and its readability score, to help improve the content of your website, essay or document.
As you type directly into the text area or copy and paste your content, the tool will rank the top keywords of your text. In addition, you can get the keyword density of your content. Knowing which keywords are used the most and how many times will help you validate or edit your content accordingly.
Note: At Key Content we are constantly trying to improve our tools. This word-counting tool doesn’t save your text, so make sure to save your content. Add this page to your bookmarks to use it in the future.
Who is this word-counting tool for?
This tool is made for anyone who needs to keep a count of their word, characters, sentences and paragraphs automatically. From teachers, students to bloggers, SEOs and content writers. For writing assignments or meta descriptions with specific word counts.
What is the best word count for SEO?
Many might suggest the longer the content, the better for ranking. But that’s a misunderstanding from studies, like Backlinko citing that the “average Google first page result contains 1,447 words”.
The length of your web copy should first be determined by how helpful the content is for your users’ needs – whether that’s getting an answer to a question or simply showcasing a product.
By checking the top ten results that rank for your main keyword and doing keyword research to understand which other words people search for, you can calculate how long your content should be, and whether you can answer the user’s intended search better.