Do you see this as being a long term benefit for hubs? that it will get you steady traffic over time? I ask because I seem to research good keywords that get a decent number of monthly searches and have relatively low competiton yet im not seeing a whole lot of traffic yet. Does it take a while to sort of register with the search engines?
It works and keeps on yielding. If something works to some degree and you can improve upon it, you may see some real longterm benefits.
It definitely works and is worth your time. My hubs published I learned to do any research are nearly worthless, except occasionally to entertain fellow hubbers, but most of the rest are doing very much better.
It does take time, though. Figure on at least 2-3 months on a hub before very much happens. I've had a couple take off a few days after publishing, but most take time.
I have noticed that when you do a keyword search and make the changes the red triangle is up for some time and there is some organic traffic for a while after that it back to no triangles at all . Is this a common trend or am I doing something wrong?
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by Richieb799 8 years ago
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by lucieanne 8 years ago
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by Glen 9 years ago
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by Ryan Hupfer 8 years ago
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by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
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