I am new here. I have posted several articles. Of course when writing them I didn't think too much about keywords and how to get traffic, algorithms etc. Therefore, my question is whatever you do any research when posting the article and how do you do it?I'd appreciate some tips.
Hi! I don't focus a whole lot on the keywords, but I do try to make sure that my title is something that I would search of I were searching my topic. If that makes any sense.
I could probably use some help with keywords too.
If you get serious about keywords, the Google Adwords "Keyword Planner" is really useful.
What can I say understanding keywords and google search engine algorithm is like trying to catch your own tail. Just some seconds ago you could swear you caught it, but it slipped away.
Regarding Keywords Planner, although I am sure I will use it, but still I can not share my opinion with you.
Google search unique content, yet google advise you to use keyword planners, that everybody is looking for. You have to be unique, yet you use same stuff that other use. Contradict me, if I am wrong.
I am looking for a niche. But I doubt things I am writing now will be interesting to anyone. I like sharing opinion and having interesting approaches on well-known themes. Yet, I guess this is so stand-offish. Why would I think someone will be interested in my opinions.
You took the words right out of my mouth.
I don't have a specific niche, yet. I focus more on writing what I am. Passionate about in the moment and focus more on practicing writing quality hubs.
It's been really hard for me to pick a niche to stick with.
yahh i don't know about keywords or even keyword planners?! who can plan for tht stuff, me, i'm just a writer. i'm going to be signing books one day. just write your heart out.
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