Does your traffic look like this?
I left HP about 9 months ago and forgot all about it. I came back and began messing around with updating and editing and searching down long tail keywords that pertained to the subjects. This was on December 4th that I returned and my traffic has begun to grow. What does your traffic look like? Coming soon, how I did it step by step.
I haven't made a hub in over 2 years for reasons I won't go into for my own personal reasons. Whatever steps you took, would they work for virtually any website or blog?
Yes. It is the way Google is handling your information. They want longer articles now. Also, no keyword stacking. There is more flags now about what net spam is. I’m figuring it out slowly. Lowering flags raises SERP.
Ok, but how many keywords would keep me safe? 3? 5? o
Just use them in your headings. Long tail keywords that don’t have a lot of competition. Google now can tell that acne and pimple and zit all means basically the same thing. Let it come natural and allow a good natural flow.
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