How many of you- seriously- hate doing keyword tool or backlinking, or anything other than writing?
How many of you- seriously- hate doing keyword tool, or backlinking, or anything other than writing? Please elaborate!!! Research for my latest hub!
I HATE it !
But it really is neccessary to make your stand out in the search engines so you can get decent traffic.
I hate it, partly because I don't even know HOW to do it! haha
Guess that might be why I'm not making money....(sigh).
But yeah I just like to write.
For backlinking I discovered it's easy to post to facebook after each hub.
I seem to be instantly by itself posting to twitter not sure how, may have been a program someone showed me...
And I get automatic posts to my blog.
Keywords: I use the suggested ones and my own (SOMETIMES i look them up.......
I hate it because, mainly, I am not computer savvy enough to get it all done! It took me DAYS to set up my ad sense account alone. Backlinks work baffles me as well. I WANT to do all these things but I don't always know how, and tech support is so hard to find. I am plodding along as best I can, losing money until I figure it all out.
If you want to be seen on the net, You must love whatever you hate, especially doing the keywords tools or backlinkind etc. Try to change your attitude.
LOVE SOMETHING THAT YOU HATE
AND YOU ARE ONE STEP...TOWARDS BEING SUCCESSFUL
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
I wanted to ask this for I'm doing a new hub about it.How many of you 1) hate the keyword tool2) hate backlinking3) hate anything but writing hubs (not necessarily including commenting or answering comments) please be specific and feel free to vent!!!Thankyou:)
by aoiffe379 8 years ago
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by Isaac Asante 4 years ago
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by Haunty 7 years ago
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by Yvonne Spence 7 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity 8 years ago
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