Is this true that hubs with long titles and more keywords get more search engine traffic?
Yes.. Mostly. The more words in a title/article, the greater the chances of matches to Google searches. Keywords help too, and knowing what lingo people are using can help you brainstorm how to write your articles. Other factors apply too, of course. Even using several keywords, you may have trouble get views for a fitness article, as those have been done to death.
And of course, don't insert keywords just for the heck of it; make sure they flow naturally into your Hub, or you're losing more than you're gaining.
It depends on what long means. It is recommended to have a character count between 50 - 60 characters. Beyond that it won't show up in the snippet displayed on Google. Here is a link to an article at the HubPages Learning Center about Crafting a Title: https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … ndly-Title
Yes, it is advantageous and recommended to have one or two keywords in the title and used in the article. Especially in the first paragraph. The keyword or a synonym should be used throughout the article, but should be organic and natural while maintaining content quality. A first cautionary hint is overuse of keywords is consider keyword stuffing and is considered spam by Google. The article will be penalized by the algorithms used to assess articles for ranking.
I do not have too many articles, but the ones which get the most traffic are really long. Maybe, it helps. And yes, I had taken care about the keywords as well. Basically, the title needs to be one which is searched.
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
I'm increasingly coming to learn the importance of titles to make hubs searchable. But some of my hubs are still not doing well. Out of the following factors, what do you are the top three most important for hubs to get traffic and be successful? 1. Titles2. Keywords 3. Original content4. Topic5....
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
Where do you get topics or keywords you use when you write your blog or hubsI have been looking for good keywords and topics to write with but somehow I have not found keywords nor nice topics,,,,please can you share your ideas with me
by rochelj 5 years ago
Is there any seo harm in changing titles on our hubs?changing it to better keywords, but does it look strange to the engines that the title is changed?
by TripleAMom 5 years ago
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by Colleen Swan 4 years ago
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by H Lax 5 years ago
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