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Highest Paying Keywords and Tags Increase Your Earnings

Updated on April 21, 2013

2013 Update

The Internet continues to evolve at a lightening speed and with changes happening daily, the use of keywords have taken a shift.

When I started writing online experienced writers would tell me that choosing the highest paying keywords and writing content using the highest paying keywords was a sure way to earn good money. Why? Because the ads that would show throughout your content would match the high paying keywords. OK, I understand that ads matching your content is a good thing but putting focus on using the highest paying keywords does not increase your earned revenue from clicks.

Let me explain what I have learned from writing online full-time since 2009. I've learned that writing about what you are passionate and knowledgeable about AND receiving lots of daily traffic helps you increase your daily revenue earned. Writing about a topic that uses low paying keywords can earn you a significant amount of money if the URL receives a lot of traffic. Look at it this way. If you write about a topic that uses and targets high paying keywords, without visitors browsing throughout your content, you probably won't earn any income. If you write about a popular topic that receives hundreds of visitors a day a percentage of those hundreds of visitors probably will click on the ads. The more traffic the better the odds. Hello!

I still use the free Google Keyword Tool External. Before I write new content, I'll spare a few minutes to browse keywords I want to use not because I'm seeking out the highest paying keywords but use it to get ideas that I would not think of otherwise. Browsing keywords and phrases helps get my creativity flowing.

Below you will notice that I typed out the direct URL to copy and paste for you to visit the Google Keyword Tool External. I typed it out because when you place the URL into the address bar, you will notice that the URL changes on its own. I don't know why, but it does. Once there, you can view Competition, Global Monthly Searches and Local Monthly Searches. If you create an Adwords account, visit the URL below and sign in to view a more detailed comparison. No need to worry about buying advertising. I believe Google will let you create a free account. I did and view the detailed stats all the time.

Remember to write about topics you enjoy and are knowledgeable about. You will enjoy the ride a whole lot better because if you have a vision of becoming an Internet successor and people around you don't understand why you chose to take a different path, you will probably experience what the image describes below. I experienced all and I'm just about to cross the finish line. I'm so ready.

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Keywords - Tags - Labels - They Make A Difference

A November 2012 Update

One sure way to figure out if you have come as far as you thought you would is to edit and update old articles, blogs, websites and videos that you wrote or recorded yourself.

On 09/02/09 I created this Hub and the content I wrote was my belief. I believed writing content using the highest paying keywords and or tags was the key to earning lots of residual income. MAN, I WAS WAY OFF.

It's now 11/10/12 and I'm taking the time to go through my older articles, blogs and websites to decide what content deserves an update, edit and worthy of being brought back to life. If I have something of value to add the the content, I'll add and keep it published to the web.

I've developed my own methods of creating new content and gotten better at writing content, learned many Search Engine Optimization techniques, mastered Social Network Internet Marketing, learned how to use many different free platforms to create multiple streams of residual income and I've gotten better at recording Youtube videos. Hey, I've come a long way.

What I use to believe when it comes to choosing keywords/tags is that choosing specific keywords/tags over other keywords/tags does not matter. Writers can write about almost any topic and if they understand how to use the keywords within a title, sub titles, content, naming pictures properly, using meta tags such as a description (Hubpages uses Summaries) and keywords within a websites HTML code, techniques to backlinking and so on, a writer can get their article, blog or website on page one of any Search Engine. Yeah, it's true.

The video to your right is a video I recorded recently showing how to use the Adsense Keyword Tool External to choose fitting keywords to match your topic and you'll see how helpful the Keyword Tool External can be to help you think outside of the box while giving you different ideas. It's a helpful free tool.

Enjoy the video and remember never to give up on your dreams.

Use The Highest Paying Keywords and Tags

All Hubbers know they can earn income for writing articles at Hubpages BUT did you know you can increase your earnings even more for finding and using the "best paying keywords and tags"?

Almost anyone can create a Hub, Blog or website BUT do you know how to get massive traffic to your Hub, Blog or website? Here I share with you how to get a better listing on Google Search. I learned how to do this because I took the time to read a Hub created by a Hubber who shared how to do it. Within a week I realized it works and have seen a huge increase of visitors to my Hubs.

Hubpages makes it so easy to add "Tags" to your Hubs. Hubpages is very user-friendly. Here is a trick to find the "best paying" keywords and tags.

Open a new tab and type into your address bar


or "Click Here". Type the keywords that best fits your Hub topic. One word per line. Then scroll down to the bottom and tick on "Available Countries and Territories" and tick on "ADD". You will see "Available Countries and Territories" in the field box "Selected Countries and/or Territories". Then simply tick on "continue".

After you tick on continue you will be brought to a webpage which shows you the "best paying keywords to use in your "Tags" at your Hub. Wow, inputting the best paying keywords increase your chances of getting more visitors to your Hubs.

If you are someone who is new to learning how to find the best paying keywords I'm sure this Hub is getting you very excited. When I first realized I could tweak my Hubs keywords and tags with the best paying keywords I immediately edited my tags within each Hub I created.

Have a great day everyone and enjoy finding the best paying keywords.

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    • mailxpress profile imageAUTHOR

      Michelle Cesare 

      3 years ago from New York

      Thanks Linda,

      this is a old Hub that I eventually will sit down to edit. Thanks for commenting.

    • LindaSmith1 profile image


      3 years ago from USA

      mailexpress: Update your link. But one good thing did come out of it. I went to Google adword planner. Most of us know who to click on avg monthly searches and competition to get high to low, or low to high, I never bothered doing that with suggested bids. If you click on suggested bids and get it from low to high, or high to low, you can see, in order, the suggested bid amounts, When you do this, your monthly searches, and competition changes accordingly for each keyword shown.

    • mailxpress profile imageAUTHOR

      Michelle Cesare 

      3 years ago from New York

      Yes LindaSmith,

      Things change so fast online. Sorry about that. Technology evolves incredibly fast.

    • LindaSmith1 profile image


      3 years ago from USA

      The link you provided

      It takes you to the Google AdWord Planner

    • saulsilva profile image


      6 years ago

      I think you can use micro niche finder to find best High paying keywords and also SOC

    • Dobson profile image


      8 years ago from Virginia

      I like this, as it helps to ascertain the best tags and key words. Thanks for the tips!

    • prasetio30 profile image


      9 years ago from malang-indonesia

      nice tips. I hope it work.


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