How I can implement keywords on my hubs?
How I can put keywords on the title / in hub text / in tags. Please refer any step by step tutorial.
Just type them in... I would write you a "how to", but I'm unsure what part your not grasping about using keywords. Take your keyword, use it once in your title, then use it many times in your hub, then enter it in as a tag.
Can you be more specific about what you don't understand?
I want to enter my specific keywords in my hubs -title, text, tags. But how much it should repeat in text and how I enter it without changing my text. If I want to enter a keyword It change the meaning! What to do?
You don't want to over do it.
Generally, as far as i know - This would be reasonable
Put it In the title.
Put it somewhere in your first paragraph.
Put it somewhere in your last paragraph/couple of senstences.
Put it in once or twice (maybe 2 or 3)in the middle paragraphs.
and in your tags !!
Don't go any more than that -
You can of course be repeating this process for more than 1 keyword.
Another good tip is to bold your keyword once and put in italics once also - helps the google bots and spiders etc know they're significant words
Should be easy enough since u won't be overdoing it -you need to re-word where you're entering your keywords so it reads well rather than looking like your stuffing keywords in for the sake of it.If this is proving difficult it may be easier to change your keywords slightly if you can't re-write the relevent sentences.
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