A keyword is a word or a phrase that appears multiple times on page. In the instance of hubpages and internet marketing people use these phrases that are being searched a lot and they try to rank on Google's page #1 for the key term.
by Kiz10 years ago
Hey folks!How about a little cheering squad thread, eh? I have been feeling a little down the last couple of days because, well, I'm working hard on these hublove topics but they're not really easy.. The leaderboard is...
by Dorsi Diaz9 years ago
I'm almost to my first Google payout, and Kontera, Ebay and Amazon are even ramping up- this is exciting. It seemed like forever for those cents to turn into dollars but it's happening with all the affiliates....Time...
by johnb01279 years ago
I have heard a lot about the website twitter and wanted to make an account to help generate traffic to my hubs. Does twitter help with traffic?Thanks, --John
by Wendi M7 years ago
The man of my dreams proposed to me today...completely caught me off guard.We're just finishing up moving into the dream-house he bought me, and after five years of living together he proposed.Life just keeps getting...
by Wesman Todd Shaw7 years ago
I'm getting just enough traffic from Tumblr and Alternet to keep doing it, and recommend it. I just post a title, the first paragraph of my hub as a teaser, and then put "Read More At:" followed by...
by Ann Smith9 years ago
I have gotten the understanding that long-tail keywords are those that are still searched, but less searched, than the really common ones on a topic. I have been using the Google AdWords tool to try to figure out...
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