What is the best tactics to get more traffic from google by
1.including only KW in the URL
2.inlcuding all title in the URL (that includes KW too)
Use the main title in the URL.This is best way to get more traffic like i am write on breast cancer symptoms then URL must also contain these keywords
well let me give you an example.
suppose you are writing a hub that titles " how to choose money making keywords:Keyword research tutorial for the new hubbers"
The title is good as it contains your main keywords but I would do my URL like this:
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