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Chloe Davis Smith says
I couldn't agree more with that last bit. The more I write for Hubpages, the more I think "how would I search google for this" when I pick out my title.
Hey, this is a very helpful tip~ Thank you very much for the advice. :-)
Use Google Adwords. It tells you how many people are searching for certain phrases. You'd be surprised with some of the results.
Speaking of Google Adwords, haven't tried checking on certain phrases. Might as well give it a try. :-)
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I agree to this. I usually write topics in which I think I have a better knowledge for better content.
There is something to be said about doing research about a topic you are interested in. Don't stick wholly with what you know. Branch out. Then you get to learn something too.
Hi @nochance, I agree, I will always remember that. It's more comprehensive when you are very acquainted with what you write plus you had a thorough research with the topic. Thank you! :-)
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I also do the same thing ~ writing topics which means more to me. Its important to know that you are able to know the interests of readers as well. Thanks @lovesleftovers.