I just started with Google's Webmaster tools for Hubpages. All my published pages are indexed. I have a question about the content keywords table. The first keyword is listed as "ago" with 29XX occurrences.
I imagine 'ago' is so frequent because of the comment session that says. 3(XX) years ago for every comment saved.
Should I be concerned about that? I would rather have crafts or food as a first keyword. Do I ignore general words like that and be concerned with only my important keywords?
Thanks for the reply, but I am still not seeing an answer to my concern about all my HubPages returning "ago" as my top keyword in Google Tools.
I am changing all my pages to show 5 comments only since that is where I think all the occurrences are coming from. .
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