Hey guys i just optimized some of my hubs with more keywords. Does this mean i am likely to increase more traffic?
I think it does depend somewhat on how competitive those keywords are, but theoretically, yes, definitely!
You know, theoretically.
You did add the keywords into your content, right, such as text, subtitles, captions and such? And not just added the tags?
Keep learning and do all you can do is all any of us can do.
99 hubs! Let me be the first to congratulate you on your upcoming 100th!
Great job! Keep going!
Its taking me forever to reach 100 but im getting there....lol
thanks guys! Is webexperts a spammer or what? i am seeing the same post all the time. lol
Likely from a different language background! Just use the report button for violations like that, ssaul. All that does is to call the post to the attention of the staff. It doesn't automatically get someone kicked off or out.
[Ooooppppssss - By "violations like that," I didn't actually mean that calling Pandoras Box "sir" was a violation. Lol. But it should be - right?
Adding 'more keywords' to an article might not be so effective, each article sould really only have the focus of at most three major keywords (which can be expanded by long tailing, giving you the major keyword focus plus secondary keywords built in).
However just adding more and more different keywords to an article can dilute it's relevance.
Likewaise, just filling an article with your main keywords (article stuffing) is easy for Google to spot.
Instead try and include your keywords as naturally as possible as you write.
Also remmeber that Keyword density is but a small part of SEO ;p
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