I'm reading a lot about keyword research and SEO.. So should I do a keyword research for all the older hubs and use title tuner to alter the title of the hubs.. Will it really work?
Yes. Your title is probably the single most important piece of SEO you can provide for your hub.
There are never any guarantees, except maybe that using keywords no one searches for will result in very little traffic, but it's a pretty good bet that if your keyword choices are poor, finding better ones will improve traffic.
This is a quote from Google that I used on my SEO Tutorial Hub:
"These 60 characters are an opportunity to tell both users and search engines what the focus of the page is. There's no need to go past this many characters, as most search engines will display ellipses ( ... ) after this limit. Also, search engines may give less weight to words after a certain point."
(That character count includes spaces.)
Yes that's true.. though the hub is of great quality.. title is very important...will work on that.. thanks a lot writer fox..
You're welcome. The Title and Description (called 'Summary' on HubPages) are critical to your success on Google. Remember, both must honestly and accurately describe the contents of your article.
Yes..but I have only 2 hubs available in title tuner.. what happened to the other hubs? Why are they not appearing.. thank you for the suggestion writet fox..
This is a quote I used on my SEO hub.
The toaster comes in a light shade of blue and is ideal for a conservatory.
It is not a very successful hub.
That's because youre a bloke.... you've used the wrong blue. There are 1000 light shades of blue you know
That is because you have not updated your research, Mark. Everyone knows that puce is currently considered to be the only acceptable colour for a toaster in the conservatory, and anyway toasters seem to be giving way to halogen ovens.
Are you sure? I thought current thinking was peach or cherry, or maybe some other fruit. You know; round with a hard center and either yellow or red.
That's because toasters are naturally more polite. You can read more in my 'Toasters are Naturally More Polite' Hub.
Thanks a lot writer fox.. I appreciate this very much.. thanks a lot for the help..
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