I have done several hubs but for some reason the hubs are not asking for keywords. What am I doing wrong? I would love to add key words to my hubs.
HP does not add tags to our articles. Keywords, if placed properly in your URL, titles and content will be picked up by search engines.
Is this what you mean?
I saw a tutorial where there was a pop up box at the bottom of the page where you could submit several key words. It was a couple of years old.
Thanks for the information about adding the tags. I need to be more mindful.
Years ago, HP had a tag cloud/box. Write naturally and incorporate your keywords into key places for search engines to identify your topic. It's best now to also use variants of your keywords so there's not a lot of repetitive usage of your primary keywords.
While this doesn't exclusively discuss keywords, it's helpful with creating your content. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/evergreen-content
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