I'm looking for the search terms that I need to incorporate into this hub for people to find it. I did the best I could but I think the title is more suited to print. Any ideas?http://tessschlesinger.hubpages.com/hub/Deadly-obsession-with-work
Use the Google Keyword Adword program to find out what you need to know. It's free.
No, it's not free. It used to be about three years ago. These days they want you to sign up to buy advertising. I do not want to sign up for anything like that.
Long time no see, Tess.
No, you dont have to sign up to buy (or sell) advertising. You need an adwords account, but it doesn't require anything more.
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As observed by me and two other Hubbers.
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