Everybody is talking about seo techniques, but ı haven't learned a single one except backlinking whatever it is and how differs from just linking. I made a quick search on google, tips were mainly for websites not articles or hubs. Can anyone tell practical seo tips for hubs?
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is very wide topic to answer in few sentences. Like others mentioned, you need to learn and educate yourself.
But simply put, in order for the search engine to pick up your hub, you need to choose a specific keyword and use that keyword in the head line and 3 or 4 times in the body of the hub. Also you have to choose the same keyword as a tag (along with related keywords(tags)).
So whenever a user searches for the keyword you used in your hub (also you have chosen as a tag), there are high chances that your hub will show up on the first page of search engine results, because it is relevant to the keyword the user is searching.
If there are any SEO experts in the forum, please correct me if I am wrong.
I'd really recommend reading this great hub by Pcunix (someone who has been writing on the 'net since the 90s) about why you shouldn't stress so much about SEO. Has some great info in there as well as links if you really do want to stress, too.
i recommend you to read the hubs of TerryGL,sunforged and shazwellyn
There's a lot to SEO but the first thing to learn is keyword research. You need to learn how to choose good keywords and how to assess the publisher competition for them. The next thing to learn is onpage optimization. When you've got those sussed then start learning about backlinks. This will take you a good while (like at least a few months, but more likely nearer a year to really get it).
Work your way through Peter Hoggans SEO course and you'll be well on your way: http://hubpages.com/profile/Peter+Hoggan
by mistu4u 3 years ago
No theory, I want to know practically what course of action can really increase the traffic to my article i.e. what actions really SEO the articles? Fellow hubbers share your experience.
by McKenna Meyers 22 months ago
I know very little about SEO. If you have hubs on niche sites, is it still important to have a knowledge of SEO? I get little love from Goggle.
by sonykuddi 5 years ago
While searching on Internet how to get millions of traffic for my articles/hubs I found most of answer is SEO techniques.Again SEO techniques has some different part like Good key words, back link of your article, Well explained with Good quality of English.So share from your experience which...
by Sarah Buckhannon 5 years ago
I have read multiple reviews on SEO tricks. I have read its better to use SEO tricks, and I have read its best to not follow them. To all the successful hubbers out there, this question is for you. Do you follow the SEO tricks out there to rank top in the search engines for more traffic, or do you...
by Tim Mitchell 3 years ago
What are the 'Key' SEO techniques for a Hub?Most hubbers seek success for their articles, which leads to success for HP ultimately benefiting all hubbers. For one who is illiterate of SEO practices what five or more techniques would you recommend while if comfortable sharing your success with those.
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
Two of my best hubs have been going down in traffic over the past few months. I'm an SEO writer, and one of these two hubs of mine is on an SEO topic. I'd noticed that this hub had completely lost ALL rankings in Google. It had done very well in the past, and I couldn't think of anything that I'd...
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