I try to research good keywords that seem to have a low volume but when I pull up my stats and click on search it says that no search terms were found.
Does this mean that I'm not using my keywords enough throughout my hub or is it something else? Do any of you use a specific keyword density when you want to rank in search engines?
Any help in this would be great! Thanks.
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