Hello Dear Hubbers,
I would like to ask you to examine my hubs (or at least one or two of them) if you have the time and please tell me if there are problems with them and give me tips on what should I add to each hub - if something is missing.
I would like to write quality hubs that may help people to know more about my country or certain topics.
I also appreciate if you give me advice on what to write, what may raise your attention about Hungary or its cities/villages.
Thanks for your precious time!
Excellent content and presentation. You have done the hard work and you will reap the benefits.
My one suggestion is to limit the amount of keywords you use, and to narrow then a little. They seem both broad and a little numerous. I counted past 20 on your CTR article.
What are you using for keyword research?
In fact, I use nothing .
I've worked for a SEO company here, in Hungary as a trainee for months, and I've learnt how to choose good keywords that will probably help my content to be present in search engine results.
I know there are sometimes too many listed in my hubs - later I will somehow narrow them according to my experiences. But this is a hard job because I find all of the keywords useful.
In fact, there's no limitation when it comes to the number of keywords - as long as they are related to the topic... On the other hand on specific sites on the internet limitation and choosing the best keywords are crucial, of course.
May I ask you how many keywords do you personally use? I think there is no good answer for this question, I'm just interested .
You may be right, and the Hubpages keyword reporting (along with analytics) are a good way to trim the down.
I use Micro Niche Finder, and find that using around 5-7 gives me the best targeted results.
Two different approaches!
I've never heard of that before, but I will give it a try later.
I would advise everybody to use as many keywords as they want - the only thing that matters is that they should all relate to the topic. I've learnt that in those days longer keywords may work better since people write more words into search engines during their search - they want to be specific and they want to find what they want ASAP.
Personally, I choose 25 keywords at most, and as I've written it earlier, I will maybe narrow them later according to my experiences.
I checked out 6 out of 7 of your hubs and seem to be pretty good job. I did not read each of them through to the end, because they are pretty long and would take quite awhile for me to read.
However, I liked the layout on most of them and you appear to have changed your layout, from hub to hub. Experimenting is always a good thing. Just be sure to stay on top of it, so as to notice which layout gets better results.
Welcome to HubPages! I do hope you enjoy your time here.
Have a great day!
your hubs are fantastic and i would like to know where you get your ideas (i am new and just joined today)
I'm getting my ideas from the environment around me .
This may sound weird, but this is the truth: try to write hubs about things that you personally love or think it is useful to know or may raise the others' attention. Share something about your town, your best vacation,etc.
I think I'm not a 'big' writer, but if you write according to the upper mentioned ideas your hubs will be popular.
Btw: thanks for your comment
So can you tell me a little bit about your self you sound soo interesting
What do you want to know aside those info that you can read on my profile?
I'm Zsofi form Budapest, Hungary and I love fishing, doing crosswords, painting and surfing on the net. I am also fond of travelling - if I have the opportunity I like to travel in Hungary or abroad.
I've finished university last year in December, but I've no work yet - in Hungary there are not too much opportunities for an entrant like me (graduated as an economist specialised in trade and marketing).
I love my boyfriend, Daniel, since 5 years and we are engaged - since a week .
We live together in a beautiful little flat (that we rent) with a cute Bristish shorthair cat, called Ribizli (means Red-current in english).
That's all I think
i am just sharing the truth with you but you are a great writer
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