I published this Hub on Friday:
http://cardia.hubpages.com/hub/how-to-b … n-a-budget
But I'm wondering now if I should change the title. I was thinking of changing it to something like "How to save Money on Clothing".
Should I leave it as it is? is it Search engine friendly?
I got 24+ M results with that title, fashionable being the keyword. Lots of competition. I would suggest playing with the title to get results down to 300K in results, then try to lower it a bit more. Just a thought.
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