SORRY- I am sure there are lots of pieces on this but there is so much info- I am lost!
What is the significance of KEYWORDS ina hub? how am I supposed to use them? Only in the title? also in the web address? throughout the whole hub or just at the beginning/end?
I personally feel irritated when I see nonsensical titles with a whole string of keywords- but at the same time I want to learn how I can monetize the hubs aswell...I cannot lie!
I think this hub will help give you a better understanding. It has helped me tremendously and I learned a ton of stuff from reading it and am in the process of putting several suggestions into my hubs. Check it out.
http://greekgeek.hubpages.com/hub/diffe … s-and-tags
Actually Google is cracking down on all content with too many keywords. Your best bet is to use a title that describes your content. Just write in a natural writing style without overusing keywords, don't change your writing style or anything to attract visitors.
Hope this helps
Thank you both! I wanted to write for fun anyway, and just pick up some optimisation tips, rather than just turn it into some irritating mechanised word-placing exercise! Thanks again
EVERY word you write is a keyword - keyword just basically means any word that a person types into Google. Just some keywords get searched more than others.
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