Ok so you figured out about keywords. Next thing to do, is type in a search on google. Such as, if you search for slow cooker pot roast recipe, you'll see mine on the first page. Instead of clicking on the link, click on 'cached'. This will pop up the hub and show you exactly why it was chosen to show you. In other words, it will show all of the keywords. So if your wondering if you have enough keywords, this is an easy way to find out. The only problem with this, is that you have to find your hub in the search. You don't want to do a specific search such as a sentence or two from you hub but rather what people will be searching for. That way you can properly see the keywords.
Just a tip!
Sureley the number of those key words in your hub doesn't effect its ranking on google. Does it?
Thanks for the advice. Always nice when people are willing to share their knowledge.
I got some of my hubs within the first 4 pages by just doing this. To get it to the first page, I used twitter, dugg, facebook, and so on. I also make sure I have my own rss feed on each hub. The more places it is on the internet, the higher up it goes, at least that's what I noticed. It takes time though.
Honestly it is a combination of your main keyword and LSI keywords It is Googles newest formula
LSI = Latent Semantic Indexing
The algorithm that google uses to rank sites.
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