Just searched for one title of one of my hubs and Two of my hubs are in first and second place on the first page of Google. The word I searched was Catering Culinary Terms.
The Google Top Spot is where the money is, keep up the good work
All you have to do once you reach the top of Google is figure out how to monetise it, you need to sell some books on the subject of culinary terms I think!
I hate to be the one that bursts your bubble, but according to the google keyword tool... so few people search for the phrase "Catering Culinary Terms" that google... well.... doesn't show any estimate search data.
The google keyword tool by the way is here https://adwords.google.co.uk/select/KeywordToolExternal
Use it in future, and you can try and rank for terms which bring traffic.
I hate to be another party pooper but rankings are pointless if there are no searches for the terms you target.
Heh, while they are right about the keywords, try altering the articles for some more powerful keywords.
Just figure out how you got to the first position for those terms, and multiply it a little on more competitive keywords!
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