How exactly do the "keywords" work in relation with google adsense? Thank You
Advertisers bid on certain keywords? then pay for the hits? I think sorry, not a expert here.
Hello, Thanks for the help. How do you know what keywords to put in your hub?
The important thing is relevance, people will click on adverts if they are relevent, use a mixture of short key words and long-tail keywords, just think about what you would search to find the information in your hub and use those.
Hope this helps, if not contact me i have a lot of experience in keywords, adwords, ppc you can also check out some of my hubs, they might help understand adwords and PPC and how that would relate to your tags/keywords
Browse other Hubs, read the Hub and then look at the tags they have used that will give you some ideas.
Thanks to all for the comments, Much Appreciated.
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