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What are some great key words that someone can use to promote their hubs?
It all depends on what your HUb(s) are about. For example: if you are writing A Hub about business, or making money, then you can use:
Money, making money, time, investment and so on..
If you are not sure about what words to use, then you can use Google's traffic estimator to see what words work and which do not!
Have fun writing!
Sorry, but the ones I come up with I use myself. This is one of the hardest parts of writing for the search engines. There are so many articles about anything you'd like to write about. It does help to narrow them down, by focusing in on an area of a subject that maybe not many others have thought about.
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To me, keywords are like a summary of your article/hub. What is it about, and how? Keywords are actually easy at this level.
example: Cat care: pets, cat, feline, care, health, diet, affection, socialization, training.
This could then spin off into: Goddess Bast (cat Goddess, Egyptian), spiritual aspects, emotional aspect, bonding aspects.... Let your mind wander.
Your keywords are subject based so whatever your hub is about, your keywords will match. So it's impossible for someone to tell you a bunch of keywords to use without seeing what you write.
Use your main keyword/key phrase once in the title and once in the document, then use four similar key phrases scattered throughout the article. Don't repeat your keywords or phrases too often because Google isn't too concerned about keyword dense articles any more. They just need enough to index your article.
If I tell you that my keyword is " wedding planning ideas" it is because I am writing about that topic. If you have the same topic you can use it but if not there's no use of telling my keywords since you are writing different topic.
Great keywords are words or phrase that has less competition and has huge amount of search and also has high pay per click. You can check them in the Google keywordtool.
I don't think so others will publish their great keyword here because they spent maybe hours to find them. But if others will share then I must come back and check so it will give idea too.
But I guess the best we can do to find great keywords is to check it for ourselves, spend time for it in the said keywordtool.
Pick words related to the content you are writing about in your hubs.
by Dorsi Diaz10 years ago
When you have a hub that touches on several things, is it better to focus on fewer key tags- or use them all?Does having too many key tags hurt you as far as getting googled?I've just gone back in and deleted some of...
by Mark Johann5 years ago
Know traffic updates weekly
by Sondra Rochelle5 years ago
Wouldn't it be great to finish a hub, then be able to have all of the key words and their synonyms highlighted and counted and maybe even summed up so writers would know if they are using enough, too many, etc.This...
by Luis E Gonzalez5 years ago
Is there a way for HP to allow authors to add specific key words to all hubs or at least to our profile?For example; if I write about photography and there are some key words that I use on all my hubs, wouldn't it be a...
by Laurel Rogers5 years ago
I have been here on HP over 3 years, and still don't fully comprehend the concept! I get that they are words and/or phrases that reflect the content of your article, aren't tags, and that they're not to be...
by molometer5 years ago
What comes first when you decide to write a new hubDo you use the adwords program to find key words or do you write and then find key words to fit your hubs topic?
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