What is your SEO Strategy? How do you choose topics which have low competition and are likely to get you more traffic and revenue.
my SEO strategy is going to be kept nice and close to my chest thanks
How Dare You Use My Exact Key Words!!!
i have written a hub on it just a few days ago that you can check
.I found this to be a truly excellent hub on the subject.
thank you, here is the link http://hubpages.com/hub/SEO-Keyword-Res … ch-Engines
It depends on what you categorise as low.While I can be proven wrong, low competition would likely mean low traffic and/or low revenue.Find a balance in the numbers that you would be happy with would mean you have to search for the keywords yourself, based on things that YOU are interested in writing about.So it's not a question that any individual can answer appropriately.
My strategy is to:1. read a book on SEO to learn on-page optimization (done)2. do keyword research with the Google keyword tool (I usually do it unless the hub is going to be something like a personal rant.)3. write articles on blogs and third party sites with do-follow backlinks (nothing spammy; I feel I need to do quality work no matter where I'm posting... to make it worthwhile for the site owners.)
I try to do SEO but I confess, I haven't found any key words that I would like to write about. Maybe, since I keep writing, I will stumble into some key words.
My SEO Strategy is to make sure my sites and articles are on the first page of Google. Well you asked,,,,,
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