I'm trying to figure out two factors:
Here is the hub - http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Use-a-Cat-Flea-Comb
Am I using the proper tags?
Are the keywords and phrases aimed at the right audience, namely, cat owners with flea problems?
I appreciate your comments and experience.
do you use Google adword: keyword tool? If not here you can find it https://adwords.google.com/o/Targeting/ … earch.none
I am no expert, so take what I say with a grain of salt. But looking up a couple of your tags, here is what I see:
cat scratching medium competition with 22,200 local searches
Other words that could be used:
cat scratch low competition with 40,500 searches
cat scratches low competition with 40,500 searches
Look all your keywords up this way and use them. These are what people type into google to find stuff. You want them to find you. I use a few high competition words with lots of searches, and then I search for words with medium and low competition. I would add those word to my tags. I might take the words I like the best and add them to my text in a couple of places.
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