Google Adsense has "section targeting" feature which I can use to target certain section of my webpage to trigger Adsense that cater to the section of my webpage.
I want to do that for my hub, so that the adsense is always high CPC keyword triggered.
Can you allow hubber to do that. Google only enforce the feature if it indeed make more money for us anyway.
by Laurel Rogers4 years ago
I have been here on HP over 3 years, and still don't fully comprehend the concept! I get that they are words and/or phrases that reflect the content of your article, aren't tags, and that they're not to be...
by Disillusioned7 years ago
Think of this.People say, content is the king in Hubs (or anywhere where you write articles and aim to get Adsense revenue).If I write a good article containing rich info on the subject, people will read it, get the...
by Becki Rizzuti7 years ago
Okay, maybe I'm being a bit dim here.I know what it *means* to do keyword research. I understand the basics of it. I know how important keywords are, and I know how to use them effectively in a white hat manner.However,...
by David 4706 years ago
using. I am no expert on keyword knowledge. Some people follow keywords, others don't. I am trying to learn how I can use the correct keywords/phrases in my Titles to get organic traffic easier. I have succeeded in some...
by Jerrico Usher8 years ago
I'm seeing a lot of new Hubbers in the forum lately so I thought I'd offer up some starter tips. I'm by no means an expert at this stuff but I have learned a few things that may help you with SEO and Google traffic:...
by ProCW8 years ago
I was just wondering what is the best way for people (hubbers) to know that you've written a new article. I just hate to see a 49 by one of my articles - its like failing, but without making a bad grade... any help?
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