I am getting some traffic from Google.com to my hubs.
I want to know what search keywords users entered to find my hubs.
How do I do that?
Can somebody please help me find the search keywords entered by users to find my hubs?
Open your hub (not edit mode, just go to it), press "stats" and then "keywords". Be aware that it often takes some time to collect them - nothing will be available for a while after publishing.
Google analytics is also a great tool for that sort of thing, if you haven't signed up already you should do so.
Here is a great hub by Sunforged about Keyword Tips.
When you read through it, grab the Google Keyword Tool, so you can work with it on your future hubs and improve your older hubs too.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Keyword-tips-Mo … g-keywords
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-setup-Go … h-Hubpages
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Cagsil and sunforged,
thank you for the replies and referring to the relevant hubs.
They were really helpful. You guys are awesome!
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