Does anyone have any articles on google key words and backlinks for an absolute newbie. I really need some more traffic.
go to the top of this page and try putting the topic you want in the search box - (blank box above) then on drop down put site click- search and you will get a list of hubs etc. for you to pick from. Darkside is a name that I remember as a Hubber who writes on this there are also others who like him write excellent hubs on this.
You csn find a tool to help with keywords Google - 'Keywords External tool' - what comes up should be of use in your selection of keywords. Someone with more experience than me will offer advice soon in a 'neater' way. I just noticed this and responded as you had no replies.
and so many other great ones that your mind will be boggled.
apologies to those i've omitted...
Without a doubt any information you need for backlinks and traffic can be found here with a few simple searches.
on a daily basis Hubbers are putting out new Hubs with great information.
Take some time and do some reading, use the search box and I guarantee you will not be dissapointed.
have fun here
i've written one or two, for a complete newbie though I would suggest simply writing about what you love!
Put Google analytics on your hubs and then see how your work is picked up on Google!
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