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How do you determine and find the key words for an article?
Find words that relate to your article. Pick out all the words that bring out the meaning or reason for your article.
There's no one set of "correct" keywords.
When you sit down to write an article, the best thing to do is just write it naturally. Then, think about what a person using Google would do to find your article. Ask yourself what they would type in the search bar to find your article or similar pieces. Make a list of those words and phrases and try to include them in your article in a natural way when you go back to edit. Try to include those words in your titles, subtitles, and headings as well.
by Thomas Byers6 years ago
A lot of people fail to see how important research can be. Below is a list of the most popular niches. Make Money or Save Money* Debt* Insurance* Credit cards* Loans* And many moreSelf...
by Cynthia Taggart4 years ago
After I published my hub I neglected to include my key words and want to go back and put them in.How is that done?
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Any guidance on how to drive traffic to a website that you own? I have one but never had the funds to drive traffic there. I have been reading about back links and trying to get a handle on key words.I found...
by Ashok Goyal5 years ago
Are your hubs directed to have search engine optimization with lot of key words?I have seen blogs, hubs and in forum discussions that the contributors are writing in such a way that the key words used are as per search...
by lucieanne7 years ago
Hi. I've now published 2 hubs and I've noticed that at the side it says 'tags' with red crosses next to them, what are these? And I don't get the keywords thing either. I've noticed on other hubs that I've read that...
by kelleyward6 years ago
I think I've confused tags and key words. Could someone tell me the difference? I've been using key words through Google keyword search as my tags.
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