Keywords (or keyphrases) are what people type into search engines to find information. For instance you might type in something like "how to change a tyre" and you would hope that the results you got were the closest match possible to the info you want ie: right there on the first page of results there would be many websites to choose from who are going to tell you how to change a tyre.
When you are thinking about writing a hub you need to consider what people would type into the search engine to find the information you are offering.
You can actually look at how many searches are performed for different terms in google's keyword tool. What you want to do is find phrases that match your content with high levels of traffic but with low publisher competition.
The best place to start is to watch the hubpages learning videos on this - they show you what to do very well. http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/category/hubcamp/
A simplified definition of keywords in the context of writing an article is the words people use to search with to find what they're looking for.
To show up in a search engine query you should include these keywords in your article to supply the content to the information seeker.
We recommend adding keywords to the title of your hub and including it in the body.
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I now have 11 hubs that are not indexed by google - nothing published since July 12 (the last one was published on the 9th and indexed yesterday). Normally I've seen then set up with 24 hours, occasionally in 48, but now it's 8 days and not done!!??
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
I'm increasingly coming to learn the importance of titles to make hubs searchable. But some of my hubs are still not doing well. Out of the following factors, what do you are the top three most important for hubs to get traffic and be successful? 1. Titles2. Keywords 3. Original content4. Topic5....
by Butch Tool 3 years ago
I have been cramming in all the SEO information I can find lately. I have found some great nuggets hidden amongst the wave of dudes just wanting to sell their E-books. However, I am wondering if some of the information I am finding is outdated now since semantic variation is being utilized so much...
by Cardia 6 years ago
I know that this is the most asked question here, but I'd still really appreciate it if anybody answered.I've been on Hubpages for about 6 months now, and I've just published my 7th Hub, and I'm starting to write a few more. As of right now, I have 239 total views, and each Hub has roughly 36...
by Earl Noah Bernsby 4 years ago
I can here the snippers approaching.Snip, snip.Snip.
by sonykuddi 5 years ago
While searching on Internet how to get millions of traffic for my articles/hubs I found most of answer is SEO techniques.Again SEO techniques has some different part like Good key words, back link of your article, Well explained with Good quality of English.So share from your experience which...
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