I will say this.... do the research. One day I was researching and found the word searched more than any other world and that is world wide. I use it all the time now and it helps.... still not telling!
If anyone revealed a truly great keyword, it would cease to be one within 24 hours. That's why people keep them a secret when they find them. For the most part, the "super keywords" are a thing of the past and values have sort of leveled out as competition became fierce.
I wonder how much money the first person to realize "mesothelioma" was a blockbuster keyword made. That's one of those very small niches that happens to have a lot of money in it (thanks to multi-million dollar class action lawsuits). Law firms at one time were paying over $100 per click for these terms, because a new client could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra revenue for them. Then in a matter of months there were a million different websites about mesothelioma, and it became nearly impossible to get anywhere near the top of the SERPs. As the leads became poorer, the law firms offered less money per click, until "mesothelioma" became a downright terrible keyword to target because of high competition and dwindling value per click. Mesothelioma is still a small niche in the real-world, but it's got a huge presence online as everyone got greedy and starting going after the big advertising bucks.
I have to say I was lucky to hit on it. I was typing an article about measles and was a bit, how do you say it, stoned at the time - and I did one of the worst typos ever. Didn't notice of course because the giant bong was obscuring my view of the page, and I published it.
Made an absolute fortune. I only type on here now as a rest from spending money.
I have a topic that I researched in Google keyword tool.There were thre columns- Competition,Global Search and Local Search. WhatI realize from reading other hubbers is that traffic and clicks depend on 'evergreen' topics,knowledge, interest,luck,precise keywords for search engines,satisfying needs...
I know that this is the most asked question here, but I'd still really appreciate it if anybody answered.I've been on Hubpages for about 6 months now, and I've just published my 7th Hub, and I'm starting to write a few more. As of right now, I have 239 total views, and each Hub has roughly 36...
I've been writing here for quite a few years, I go back to the ancient era before the 'featured' 'not featured' declension.I have found that 'fixing' a Hub which is not featured is a total waste of time, as in a day or so, after a fix, it is back to unfeatured. I did an experiment and I can...
What is the best way to increase traffic?I've done the usual... posted updates on my facebook, and links on my blog. I've submitted my URL to google and a few others...what is the #1 way you have found to drive traffic to your hubs?
In the few years that I have been on this site, I have heard that you can increase traffic by picking short titles. I have also read that you can get traffic by choosing a long title and including many search phrases in your title, and also by picking long titles that are specific for a...
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