I could really use some advice on using the right keywords in my hubs. I try to write quality hubs, just don't completely understand all the tricks of the trade for getting more traffic. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Try using this tool:
It will allow you to place the URL of your hubs into an area in the keyword tool, it will then scan your hub and tell you which keywords would be good to use.
There is a column in the keyword tool that can be found by customising the layout of the columns to include the cost per click information.
The higher the cost per click for a keyword, the more money you will receive from your hubs that contain that keyword.
Wow, thanks Lee! I didn't know it would do that. I usually pare the list down by competition of keywords, and now I learned this. Can only help me!
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Please help me find it!
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