I think much of the reason that my stuff is not as popular is because I pick horrible tags...lol...I'm not good at choosing alternate words for a subject, I assume a thesaurus is a good reference for that? Help!!!!
Hi MissJ yes, a thesaurus helps but also look at the point of your article, industry and related industry. I also pick words right out of my text. hope that helps. There is a Google keyword tool you can use also
I usually put my topic in the Google search engine and see how the articles that are on the top ten pages of Google is listed and try to use the same verbage. Some of these people have paid top dollar to get on the front pages of the Google Search Engine. The Google keyword tool works too.
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