Why when I go to "stat" and then "key words" does it always say I have none?
I write about topics that get Googled thousands of time a day. Yet my stats alway say no key works. Some of the words I have used several times are: Social Security, medicaid, and Ponzi scheme.
This appears to be the norm for relatively new hubs. It seems to take a little time before any keyword data appears in the hub stats section - That's been the case with my few hubs to date - initially i had the same experience as yourself but now all my hubs show at least some keyword data. Welcome to hubpages btw,
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by Poethepoet5 years ago
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