i keep try to create a hub but most of the titles are taken, what is up with that. I don't want to change them because i titling them according to keywords.
Just add a different ending that includes your keyword.. for example
Trains, a trip through yesteryear
instead of just trains.
Does that make sense?
your hubs will have duplicate titles and url which are not good
Use a colon to make a subtitle out of additional keyword strings. So if you tried to make:
Top 5 Yogurt Shampoos
and it was taken, go with:
Top 5 Yogurt Shampoos: Treat your hair to dairy delights
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