What percentage of your hub is filled with your key words without keyword stuffing?
I never bother about key words, their density etc. I just write my subject. That's all. I have heard that rules about keyword density are frequently tinkered by Google and there is no sure-fire method to depend on.
Does that turn a profit for you? Do you have many readers by doing it the natural way?
I don't know. My best article gets about 100 page views a day. My 20% of articles get 80% of all page views, in line with Pareto's law!
I used to go to some trouble to pick subject titles that would attract attention and keywords that would bring in the readers - now I don't bother. I simply write. I write both for the enjoyment of it - it clarifies one's thoughts - and with the hope that my readers (what few there are) will gain something of value from it.
The 'Look at me! Look at me! competition is without precedent today. Everyone one wants recognition - fame even. But as Eva Peron says in the song, "It's all an illusion..." It's what we think of ourselves that counts.
So where is this all leading. Back to the my earlier remarks: write for the joy of being creative...and leave the results to 'The Universe.'
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
Wouldn't it be great to finish a hub, then be able to have all of the key words and their synonyms highlighted and counted and maybe even summed up so writers would know if they are using enough, too many, etc.This would save a ton of work! You used to have something that highlighted the...
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by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
When you have a hub that touches on several things, is it better to focus on fewer key tags- or use them all?Does having too many key tags hurt you as far as getting googled?I've just gone back in and deleted some of mine that didn't really seem as relevant now that I looked at them again.It's...
by Audrey Hunt 2 years ago
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by Sandy 4 years ago
When I created a hub, I neglected to create key words. Now that it's published can I edit this?
by Poethepoet 6 years ago
What are some great key words that someone can use to promote their hubs?
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