I have been looking at the hubs I have written by checking Hub Metrics. I checked for keywords,...
feeling I did a good job. Yet, it fails to identify what my keyword is. I used the term Dutch Oven throughout the article so why did Hub Metrics not pick up that keyword? It is the same on another hub on divorcing parents and custody.
Am I doing something wrong?
Try using the words (oven] [dutch] [dutch over] also put them in them in lower case.
You are talking about the keywords listed in the stat section of your hub? If so, that shows words that were used by people who came to your hub but that ARE NOT in your title. Move your mouse over the little question mark and it gives a little explanation of that.
So, because "Dutch Oven" is in your title it shouldn't show up there.
Your ads do seem to be pretty well on topic, so it would seem that Adsense, at least, is picking up on your keywords just fine.
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