It's not magic, but it does take time and practice to learn
Here are a few good resources to get you started:
Nice tips Susana, I've learned so much on these forums.
Hi thank you! I googled this earlier and got that moz website link. I didn't know if I should use it because its SEO for websites, but ill read through it anyways
You're welcome Some of the Moz article won't be relevant but a lot will. Just pick out the bits you can use and try them out (you'll learn most by doing).
The Copyblogger website is also a great resource on the ins and outs of writing for a web audience..
Try using the Google Adwords Keywrod Tool. I would give you a tutorial in this post, but I have written a complete tutorial in my ten thousand views hub, there are many other hubs too. Simply search for Google Adwords Keyword Tool here on HP, YouTube and Google. The trick is to go for low-competition keywords with a high volume of traffic.
Did HP not cover keyword research with your AP group?
They did. I just feel like I'm missing something
Ahh - I wondered if they had changed the program. If it's of any consolation, I've apparently missed the magical part too - my titles used to work, but there's an evil spell on them now and the traffic fairies stay well clear of me
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