I think I'm a little slow because I just don't entirely understand how Google Keywords works. I mean the program itself. My titles suck. How do you decide on your titles? I love to write, but must admit I'm motivated by earning on here as well. I guess this is a two part question...my other question is, how do you determine your "niche". I tend to write about all kinds of stuff. Would a niche really improve my income? The income so far is a joke, won't pay much on $5 a month. And I have not reached payout yet, but I've only been really working on hubs since Feb of this year.
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This is a great answer, WryLilt! I learned a lot from that explanation.
When I said "...a few of them"... I meant to use a few of the words.
Is that 50,000 exact searches per month? Or are you talking broad match? It's just that I can't see any keyphrases in your titles that might get that kind of search volume.
Kinda pulled that out of the air from (faulty) memory. Think of it as +/- 30K :) Sometimes you cant even get that many though.
My research continues. Sometimes I feel like i have to read at least 2x for all this stuff to stick a little. The combo of what is needed to get traffic to a hub seems extensive.
Bishop55 - when you're looking at keywords DO make sure you're looking at exact match search volume and not broad match. It's a newbie mistake that will give you very erroneous results.
Was it this Hub on long tail titles:
How to Use Market Samurai for Title, Keywords And Competition?