Hey everyone! I'm new to writing articles and really don't want my articles to go un noticed. Recently, I started looking at the google keyword tool but I really don't know what keywords I should be aiming for. Any tips would be greatly appreciated
I'd explain but my brain is at its wit end right now. I just published a hub on this. Enjoy the hub.
If you google top paying keywords you will have a number of sites you can visit for the top 10
finance, weight loss and well being are all good subjects to start with.
Lots of help right here on HP http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs+keywords
I asked a similar question and tried to push for only the most direct and accurate hubs as judged by the readers.
The most commonly referenced hub was this one:
http://hubpages.com/hub/seo-keyword-research (Peter Hoggan)[notice the great title]
you can see the whole selection here at the thread where some of the contributors explained why they liked specific hubs.
I attempted a comprehensive review of this aspect of online marketing (top result in a hub search for "KEYWORD" )
http://hubpages.com/hub/Keyword-tips-Mo … g-keywords
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Prepare- … d-Campaign (includes links to the best of the hubs suggested in previous forum thread)
careful, when reading about keyword research "theories" most of it is regurgitated poor carbon copy renditions by new users who barely comprehend even the vocabulary yet,or often even worse intentional copies by marketers who come from various "make money" fprums and blogs accross the net... if you had to pick just one HUB Peter Hoggans series is rock solid
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