Can you distribute it to social media accounts? Embed a YouTube video to increase engagement? Research and use keyword synonyms in headlines and body text to attract more traffic via different phrases?
You might get only Page 3 on your main keyword phrase, but you might get Page 1 on other related phrases.
The most thorough way is Google's Keyword Planner. Do a search on Google to find the tool. Enter your main keyword phrase, such as best fidget spinner, to get the results. You can modify the results using the URL address of your article or choose an optionto include only words in your phrase.
The other way is just common sense, such as phrases you can think on your own like cheap fidget spinner. Or try Google search autocomplete or even the words you see in the titles of Google search results for "fidget spinner":
You can play with the Keyword Planner all you like, but it can give misleading results unless you know exactly what you're doing. You have to remember that it is NOT designed to help writers. It's designed to help advertisers. Any time you try to use a tool for something it's not designed for, it's going to be imperfect. I'd stick with Google auto complete.
However, the main reason your other Hubs made it onto the front page is because they were moved to Levelskip. Your fidget spinner article wasn't judged good enough to move, so it's stuck on the main HubPages site which doesn't rank well on Google. Rather than worrying about SEO, I'd be trying to improve the Hub so you can apply to have it moved to one of the niche sites.
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When your article/page is on the first page of search engine results, it's good. Probably you'll get a lot of traffic. What if your work ends up on the second page? Do you still get a lot of traffic? What about 3rd page?
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