What are the best SEO Keywords

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  1. AbFreak101 profile image60
    AbFreak101posted 5 years ago

    What are the best SEO key words and topics that drive the most traffic?

    1. mattforte profile image89
      mattforteposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      weight loss
      make money online
      payday loans
      credit repair
      Justin Beiber

      Yep. They drive the most traffic. Are you going to ever rank for them? No - especially not with the quality of hubs you are writing. To start with, don't write a hub on "how to make money on HubPages" if:
      A: You don't actually know how to do what you are saying (just listing what HubPages offers is a cop-out)
      B: You don't have SEO/keyword knowledge - because if you had the knowledge to be writing an article like that, you wouldn't be asking a question like this.

      Cut the spam, and go do something productive.

    2. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      As Matt says, if you're asking a question like that, then you're certainly not qualified to write the kind of Hubs you're writing.

  2. AbFreak101 profile image60
    AbFreak101posted 5 years ago

    Yes weight loss seems to be the hottest searched key word and I can understand theres millions of overweight people and even more that are on the internet looking for tips and advice on how to lose weight.Well i know how to make money on Hubpages you get lots of traffic and you get money based on per 1k visitors and ads etc.But whats the best SEO words I dont need to be bullied on here.

    1. wilderness profile image97
      wildernessposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      No one that finds a great keyword they can rank well and get good traffic for is going to tell.  Why would they want more competition?

      You'll just have to find your own.

    2. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      ...but there are also millions of blogs and Hubs already written on that subject.  Most of those blog owners and article writers have already done their SEO keyword research and are already using the same words you would use.  And their web pages have been on the internet longer than yours, which means Google will favour them.  So the chances of you beating all those existing web pages are low. 

      It sounds like someone has told you that it's easy to make money on HubPages.  I'm afraid whoever sold you that puppy is about two years out of date.

      Before January 2011, it was possible to write anything on HubPages and you would get readers.  Then Google changed the way its search engine worked, and everything changed.  It is still possible to make money writing articles, but you need to study how to write for an online audience, you need to write great articles, you need to understand SEO and you need to know how to promote effectively.  It is hard work, and you will need to spend several months studying it all before you will start to make progress.

  3. Uninvited Writer profile image83
    Uninvited Writerposted 5 years ago

    You also might want to proofread your hubs better. The one you have on how to make money with Hubpages has a lot of spelling and grammatical errors. Also, an article like that will probably not earn you much money anyway.

    I hope you take this as constructive criticism and not bullying.

    1. profile image53
      whoisitposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I would say that is the most help this guy received.

    2. AbFreak101 profile image60
      AbFreak101posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Uninvited Writer now that is constructive it put new information into my brain helping me.
      Thanks.

  4. jeffduff profile image79
    jeffduffposted 5 years ago

    Some great SEO search terms would be:

    Free Car  / Free Money / Get Rich  on the Internet

    But, unfortunately, the people you would draw with these kind of search terms are mostly the people who can't afford to click on any of Hub's advertisement, so you would make little or nothing with such hubs.

    In case you haven't read this, yet, the Hubpages opportunity is not a get-rich-get scheme.

  5. ruizblake150 profile image61
    ruizblake150posted 5 years ago

    A lot of top SEO keywords and topics that drive A LOT of traffic aren't worth trying to compete for. If I were you I would do some keyword search around a particular topic, and see which keywords are low in competition. This is a much better way to get traffic.

 
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