I recently started using Jaaxy, and I love it. A hub is first on page 1 with my keywords, beating two medical sites. Jaaxy is so easy to use, but I no longer can use it free, so will have to pay. It does a simple analysis to figure if you have a chance with your keywords to beat other sites.
I have heard only good things about it but never tried it.
I hesitate to pay for anything since I am here to make money, not spend it.
I will take a look and see, thanks.
How are you judging where you rank in the SERPs?
I found it by using my keywords. I know that Google often gives a search priority and lists it first. I don't think that happened, as I have viewed it from other machines. I do not like it that Google follows you and have tried to use the tactics to avoid this. Thanks for responses
Just so long as you are not logged in to your Google account when you do the searches.
How many people are searching your keywords? For instance I rank all over the first page for my name "Susannah Birch" but most of the time, only 20-30 people a month Google that.
I am also very reluctant to pay for keywords, but I suppose at some stage I will have to do it as with the free ones now available I feel as if I am working in the dark,
Keywords are just words that people type into Google. You don't have to pay to rank in Google.
Even with the best analysis in the world, it's still guesswork. You can tell a lot by simply looking at what auto-completes when you search on Google - those phrases are based on what other people are typing into Google, too.
Have you used Jaaxy or know much about it? What is your opinion? Even though I have my keywords on page 1, I don't think many people are looking for those keywords. They are also on Page 1 of Bing. Maybe they will later. I am trying to update my hubs.
Ranking for keywords that no one is searching for is pointless - you can always get a top spot if you target a keyword phrase that is not searched.
If you want traffic (traffic = money) you have to target something that actually has people searching for it.
Try ranking for "make money online" - you will not be able to as too much competition even though many searches.
Try ranking for "make money with my blue widget thingumybob" and you will rank as no one is competing with you - but zero searches!!
Don't do that mate...
I got 1 - 5 on those exact blue things five years ago!!!
I refuse to say how many searches I've had in that time... but it has been more than 6!
Nice to see you guys again!
Take care... & listen... there's a lot of cents in it so far.
Are we suppose to see if our hubs are on other sites? Wouldn't it be easier to have a place to put tags for search engines?
Oh okay, yes I see now. I was confused about tags because from past blogs where tags counted for many things. I wonder, can blogs from other sites be embedded in HP?
This could lead to your content being moderated as duplicate as all content on HubPages must be original.
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