Can I please have some input on this hub?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Brain-Metronome … ntrainment
Could you check everything from the URL (so that next time I improve in making names) keywords, structure, etc.
I'm going to assume that "brain entrainment" is your primary keyword, and yet I don't see the keyword until the third paragraph or so. If I were you, I would work the keyword into your title ("Brain Entrainment: Metronome in Your Brain" or something like that) and get it into your first paragraph somewhere. I would have also worked the keyword into the URL, but it's not critical.
I would add a few more tags like "brain wave entrainment," "brainwave entrainment," "binaural beats" and "alpha brain waves."
Thanks. Will do.
It used to be called brain entrainment. Words change, I guess. I will do as you say. It's a good point!
Hi, Iohner, I've just realized something. There's gizmo that will run words and tell you which ones are associated with them for keywords. Is that what you used?
If so, what's it called so I can browse and find one.
I use the Google AdWords keyword tool. I just search for a keyword and see what other keywords are also associated with it. (Be sure to check Exact instead of Broad in the box in the lower left.)
I also looked at the other hubs on the same subject.
thanks very much. I don't look at the other hubs. What I do is do a search for the topic on the web. Then I take the top three and check the source code.
How does one check the keywords for hubs?
Through Google Analytics. You can check what keywords are being used to search for your hubs.
I've tried to set up Google analytics. It asks me for the web address of my website and doesn't accept my URL for my profile.
However, I do find the search terms used under stats for each different article. They're all strings of words that matched something I wrote. I believe a good many websites are found that way - about half I believe.
You need to have Google Adsense publisher ID in place.
Then go to Google Analytics, setup an account and import your Google Adsense into Google Analytics.
Google Adsense ask you to setup a Custom Channel. This channel should be your profile URL. After that, you can setup individual channels(up to 199 channels) for each of your hubs.
Once you've incorporated your Google Adsense into Google Analytics, then you'll have to wait about 24 hours to let them sync up.
I thought that Google Adsense had accepted me. And when I click on Google Adsense it opens an account but doesn't go any further. I've tried putting the number in it but it doesn't work.
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