As I go through my hubs, I wish to buid the content so it best serves the audience. Just as the title tuner helps us, it would be helpful to have suggestions for the most requested words or phrases.
One hub I wrote didn't address a common question.
I can find the information but would like to edit the hub and have the information. Must I open two windows to do this?
For example, it would be nice to edit the hub and have the ability to retain on the screen the search terms that drove them to this hub.
I am still struggling with the SEO stuff so maybe it is just me. Your thoughts?
I use Google chrome and use the tabs plus I open my IE window just for tweeting. It's a feature that should be used and is awesome. Just my thoughts. You can always go for having 2 screens too just got to have a video card that supports that feature.
Including the search terms people used in the place where you edit the content is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
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