I just published my first hub. http://jtomasic.hubpages.com/hub/Updati … ostic-Tool
I didn't see where to put in keywords for the search engines. Where did I miss that?
The title and body of your Hub is where you are to use common terms people might use in search engines (in a natural manner, of course) so you didn't miss anything!
Thank you for your reply. I viewed videos on YouTube showing a tag box. Now I know it went bye-bye.
We use to have tags that we could add, but it was taken away. Another HP move to the worse.
jtomasic, I've been wondering that myself actually. So, I will follow this forum to see if anyone has any suggestions.
There is NO WAY TO PUT KEYWORDS FOR GOOGLE OR BING, OR ANY OTHER SEARCH ENGINE.
I actually took the advice of another hubber who posted a comment on my first hub. It seems that many said they do not know what the tool does. I did expect that. But she said another good hub would be to explain what the did. I just finished it.
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