There was one option in the statistics section named 'title tuner'. It was helpful to fine tune the hub titles based on the search results from different search engines. I don't see it there now. Has it gone ? or has been moved somewhere else ? Any ideas ?
by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
When I first started writing at HubPages I was under the impression that one should make the url and the first title of their hub the same.So my question now is: When trying to write the url for maximum traffic, how...
by Rebecca4 years ago
How do you make good Hub titles?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...
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
I didn't really think that it was appropriate to create a video for this, but I did want to bring up something that's as important as anything else when it comes to writing a Hub (well, besides writing great content, of...
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
It seems to me they are. You find out what's searched on the Internet and put it in the title of your article. But it seems to me, some of it is just logic; What will someone likely type into the search engine? No one...
by K Kiss7 years ago
How to find out whether you hub is number one in search engine?I mean do I just go to google and type the title of a hub to see if it appears in the first page of google...or what?
by Ru-an8 years ago
I heard someone say that if possible your hub title should be the exact keyword that you use as your main keyword, if you want to rank high in search engines. But that doesnt allow for a catchy title which will get you...
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