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How did you get your top-performing hubs to the top of Google?
One of my hubs made it to the top most (result number 1 & 2) of the first page of google. I didnt have to do much because the topic itself is so unique that it made itself to the top. Try searching: "Buy one God & get one free"
Top 2 results of the first page is mine. No.1 is the forum post & NO. 2 is the main hub.
If your topic & writing is creative, unique & not just copy paste, you dont have to do much...Gud Luck!
The trick to keywords is to STOP thinking like a computer, generate your search words in a way that any normal person would do a search, the results are incredible, keep it simple, use words you would use everyday.
It's important to have a hot or interesting topic or item you are writing about. The second important thing is to have lots of strong keywords that will bump it up in the rankings for search engines. Make sure your content is unique and fresh, and promote your hubs by writing articles (ezine.com) and post it on sites like digg.com and stumbleupon.com
I hope this has helped a little!
Check out my hub for an example:
It is number 3 on the 1st page of google. Have a good one!
by leakeem5 years ago
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by Rosalie3 years ago
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