So............. the November contest looks like a lot of fun and I would like to try my hand at it. That said, I usually do keyword research for hubs before writing them and I'm kind of curious how to title these hubs based on my results.
For example, let's say "Pictures of Butterflies" is one such keyword... wouldn't that be incredibly boring as part of a title...
10 Pictures of Butterflies
16 Beautiful Butterfly Pictures
Is there are better way to title these hubs when most of my keywords are something along the lines of:
Pictures of SOMETHING
I think it would be incredibly lame if I wrote a ton of hubs, all similarly titled:
Pictures of Cats
Pictures of Dogs
Pictures of Rabbits
Do you guys have any ideas that would allow me to have interesting titles for hubs with similar keywords, but still remaining true to the keyword?
This is where you get to use those special words we have in the English language called adjectives. There is no way to not just say "Blank Pictures" but you can make it seem like its much more...
Flowers for example.
Stunning Photos of Gorgeous Flowers
A Bunch of Wild Flowers - Closeup Pictures
Pictures of Flowers that Will Make You Happy
The Reddest Flower Pictures in the World
10 Excellent Examples of Great Flower Photos
Hope that gives some food for thought!
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
Where do you get topics or keywords you use when you write your blog or hubsI have been looking for good keywords and topics to write with but somehow I have not found keywords nor nice topics,,,,please can you share your ideas with me
by yoshi97 9 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't change the URL later, so I was horrified when I was stuck with a URL that couldn't...
by IzzyM 4 years ago
Like probably most of us, I have thousands of images I took myself that would be useful in hubs.Not necessarily my own, as I have more photos than I could possibly use.Instead of all of us having to go searching for images on the web we can legally use, what about have our very own Hubpages gallery...
by Nicole Pellegrini 4 years ago
Another post from someone (me) who had her lenses transitioned today.I have found that some of my photo galleries have transferred properly, but others are missing entirely. Or rather, the title of the gallery has become a text capsule, but all of the photos and their captions are missing. This is...
by Skarlet 6 years ago
I was just creating a hub about Grace Kelly, and as soon as I typed her name in the title area Hubpages popped up a title suggestion stating this is an "exclusive" title that should get good traffic. Has anyone had this happen? If so, did that hub get a lot of traffic?
by tmbridgeland 6 years ago
When you make titles do you consider drawing hits from Google, SEO, or just try to make it...interesting? I have tried both and it doesn't seem to make much difference.
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