I posted my latest hub this morning (11/14/12). Before doing so, I spent some time on Google Adwords. When I was finished I had my title. "How Can I Stop Drinking." I just checked and I am number two on Google's first page on search. The title was the phrase most people were using to search that topic. Of course when I put in my exact title, I should expect to be well positioned. Is there a better way to choose a title?
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Thanks eHealer. That is good information. I use Adwords, but I'm making that up as I go along.
Kimberly, thank you for confirming my method. I've only done it this way a couple of times. Normally I write my article and then adjust the wording with what I find in Adwords. Thanks for stopping by. Nice to meet you.
Thank you Garifalia, I appreciate your input. You are being somewhat scientific about it. Adwords would be a step farther. I am still working to understand how to best use Adwords, but I think I'm getting the hang of it. I am retitling everything
I didn't even know there was such a thing. Although I've been here a few months there are lots I still don't know. You probably need to have already connected with AdSense, right?
https://adwords.google.com/o/Targeting/Explorer?__... That is the link. You shouldn't need anything except your Google id and password. Choose keyword tool. Play with it till you under
I appreciate your trouble, but I haven't been connected to AdSense and haven't got a Google password.
Adsense isn't necessary for getting Adwords. Just sign up for a gmail account and you'll have a Google ID and password. They you read any instructional material on the Adwords site and start experimenting.