Yesterday when I was browsing around to see where my hubs stood on Google- I decided to look at the cached pages- and I didn't realize that I could see all the key words that google had crawled and used in there ranking determination- very useful information!
I also found out that every time the key word was used, even in the photos, that those key words were counted.
This definitely helps me when writing hubs and assembling them- to make sure I take all that into consideration.
Learning something new everyday here!
Good stuff Dorsi - The picture observation is useful. A good way of promoting important keywords. Using the cache saves having to do a search for each keyword.
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