Keywords are one of the most important aspects for the success of a hub. Just keep some simple tips and your hubs will be going far on their own. Choice of keyword is important. Choose the best keywords based on the number of monthly searches. Keep an eye on the competition as well. You can't compete with the giants.
Once you have chosen your keyword, use it in your title as well as in your url. Repeat your main keyword in your content especially in the first and last paragraphs. Also add it in the tags.
Before you publish make sure your main keyword appear in the content three times mostly one in the beginning, another in the middle of the content and the last one in the conclusion. Other related keyword phrases should spread throughout the content, But don't over do this. Good luck.
You should really think a bit before adding the keywords, which are actually the few words that describes your hub the best. Try having some general keywords followed by some unique ones. Also its better to have the number of keywords below 20.
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
It seems to me they are. You find out what's searched on the Internet and put it in the title of your article. But it seems to me, some of it is just logic; What will someone likely type into the search engine? No one...
by Ru-an7 years ago
Do you have to use the exact keyword or does it just have to be part of the title? Thanks.
by David 4706 years ago
I would like try and maximize my traffic potential by focusing on multiple keywords that are used in the title of my hubs and also within the content.What is the best way to use the Google Keyword Tool (or other keyword...
by kmackey326 years ago
I just want to make sure I am doing it right. When choosing keywords I choose words that are low competition with a higher Global Monthly search and a good CPS like 50 cents or more. Am I doing it right?
by LarasMama7 years ago
When I do a search on google adwords for example on breastmilk, it brings up options with it written as two words "breast milk". Just wondering, will it make a big difference to SEO if two words are put...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
When I read tutorials my head spins. So please give me an example using my topic: a recipe for baked salmon. If the title is "How to make Herb-crusted baked salmon", and I use the phrases "salmon...
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