There is only a guess, an educated guess that the words are used. Well think of it this way. Are they words that you use on occasion? Do you hear other people saying them? Are they words that are normally uttered in the main topic?
While I'm certainly no expert on this subject, I believe it stands to reason that the only way to determine that your choice of keywords are being noticed, would be best measured by the level of traffic finding its way to each Hub of your concern. That exercise should provide the best kind of guidance to mold your mind into the proper technique of traffic management you are seeking.
by michaelgermanotta2 years ago
Hi I was wondering about how to gain some traffic to my hubs I currently get only around maybe 5 to 10 people looking at my hub a day but I can't earn a source of income with the kind of traffic. I'm looking for ways to...
by Dale Hyde5 years ago
I have noticed that for the past few weeks, especially this past seven day period, that my earnings per view has dropped dramatically. On an average, for the year I have been here, even during the slump viewing...
by countrywomen8 years ago
All my comments are being "unapproved" when I know for a fact that these hubbers never had set it to "approve before being visible" just a couple of hours back. It happened for the last 4 comments...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar6 years ago
Does large Hubs attract more visitors than smaller ones?
by danielleantosz5 years ago
Has anyone noticed an increase in traffic after adding a "summary" ?I tried adding summary to a few of my most visited hubs and a few of my least visited hubs to see if there is any benefit from having...
by Laura Marie2 years ago
I was just wondering how successful people are with the Hubpages ad program and if anyone had managed to make payout in one day yet. I have yet to earn over $5 in one day from the ad program. How about everyone else?
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