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Hey, I read some about keywords and how I should have them in the beginning paragraph.. I'm a little confused with what to do and how this will help me. I know it has to do with the search engines and all.. Can anyone give me some advice? Thanks
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Build-Yo … re-Quickly
It really is a confusing topic, and you can get all kinds of different answers, depending on how knowledgeable the answerer is and how up-to-date their knowledge is.
IzzyM has an excellent Hub that should help you:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Simple-On-Page- … Techniques
And there was a great forum discussion a day or so ago that may help you out also. It looked great to me, but I didn't read it in detail, so take my recommendation of it with a grain of salt.
Your main key words should be : in the tittle, in the first paragraph, somewhere in the middle and in the last paragraph. That is the general recommendation from more experienced writers at HubPages.
You can add key words everywhere: in the title, in the description, in the text, in the photos. Do not exagerate with them, the text should be pleasurable to read, not too full of key words.
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