Dear members , I want to share some of my experience with you.
I write an article about advantages and disadvantages of blood donation.
I am getting very good traffic everyday around 30-40 from different countries also.
So friends please share from which key word you are getting most of your traffic so that I can also write topics on that key words for getting more and more visitor.
Edited because it was too **tchy.
What I meant was you might want to concentrate on quality original content... because you could have the best keyword in the world but if it isn't well written and original then Google is going to slap you for it.
I recommend doing keyword research independently: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/google-keyword-tool
This will enable you to use keywords related to subjects you're really interested in!
Simone has it right. Basically, if you are already getting traffic from a hub you wrote based on your independent research and ideas, you should continue to do the same. Using a good keyword tool will be a big help. Most people who have identified keywords they can rank for and get good traffic are not going to tell you about them. Why would they? That would just mean more competition for them right?
Sure, I'll publicize my best keywords for you to write on and outrank me.
Why don't you try:
"Shoes for your pet frog"
"Nose piercings for rats"
"hot indian aunties" and, best of all,
"make money online"
Just, please, don't take away my number 1 spot.
hahahahahahah.......I do kind of like "Shoes for your pet frog"
It's special - I dare not reveal just how much traffic it gets, but the earnings are spectacular, especially with the amazon earnings factored in.
Even the associated terms like "cute frog dresses" has brought me loads of traffic. Not only that, if someone searches for this term and lands on your page, the payoff can be huge if they decide to view any of the advertisements.
Wait one sec while I go to analytics and assemble a list for you.
Funny................your username fits your personality too.
I would like to write a hub about how to turn a frog into a prince, but someone has already made a 'killing' with that.
Does it mention his shoes? There could be a hub in there about "shoes for a frog to prince conversion". Maybe make it a longer tailed keyword with "green shoes for a frog to prince conversion". Or better yet, "green shoes for a frog to prince conversion with pink shoelaces"!
Glad I found this site if only to keep me entertained. Since I joined HubPages, I can't help but keep the forums on while I'm working on a new blog article. It's great for a laugh when I have a break.
I think this frog prince would be interested in living in her shoe cupboard as he likes the red ones with silver stars and high heels.
by avan9895 years ago
I been on a couple of days and pretty much all my traffic is from hubpages. I get a couple from digg but that is about it. How are people getting their traffic from google and other search engine?
by Gary Anderson15 months ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by habib94226 years ago
I am getting traffic from hubpages and getting little bit traffic from google. Please suggest me how to improve google traffic for my hubs.
by Thomas Byers8 years ago
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by Megan Harvison4 years ago
I'm having an issue deciding what keywords to go after. Most of the lower competition words I'm not as interested in and it takes me longer to write since I'm not enjoying. But, most of the things I'm very interested in...
by Ethan Green4 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you...
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