I have a big issue with keywords. I don't like looking for the best keywords or any keywords. The reason for my major dislike of the keyword research I'm not sure of. It's not that I'm lazy. I know I need to do this so Im going to put in an effort I wantto write and not consider the keyword factor.I have keyword block! Any Ideas?
are you referring to Key Words for your hubs? I am assuming yes... so if you rather not put in any effort to researching Key Words or Phrases, pull them from your hub.
Use your Name (screen name)
Use the subject you are writing on
Use your Title
And then key phrases used in the hub itself...
If you post You Tube Videos...Use the Artist Name and Name of Song linked to the hub
If you write a review for a local Supply Company some of the Key words you could use are
(name of City) Supply Company
Cleaning Supply Company Review
Review of Supply Company
Review of (name of Company)
The Dog Jumped into the Swimming Pool...
Dog in Pool
Elementary Word Structure (lol)
(Just ask yourself,"what would I type into a Search Tool to find this hub?"...You may not have the best results-but it gives you a place to start and the amount of effort you need to apply to this thought process is minimal
Thank you for your input. I've been using the basic keyword tags similiar to your suggestions pulled from my hubs. I haven't used the YouTube artist linking song to hub as a keyword.
The advise I learn from other hubbers is to do the extensive research for content interest, traffic and topic ideas. Using the keyword tool, so I'm going to try.
Thank You again for the useful information.
This is not Facebook. Otherwise I would have liked H. C. Porter's reply. HubPages is awesome because Hubbers are so helpful.
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