Usually, a number of keywords are returned by google adwords on putting in a search word or phrase. I would like to know how many of the good keywords should be put in a hub?
Typically, only one keyword or keyword phrase should be used for a 700 word article. But, you want to select a keyword with low competition. Use the keyword in the URL you create, for the page title and for a tile in a Hub capsule. You can read more about keywords in the SEO Hub I wrote - which you can find by clicking on my name.
There's more to this than the formula you presented, Cagsil. To get the full potential of a keyword, you must go into the Traffic Estimator tool on AdWords. Doing that today, I found that there is less than a third click per day at a cost of $1.95 per click for the keyword "asbestos effects." At a 68% revenue share with Google, the potential earnings are about $40 a month with this keyword. However, there are 13,700,000 webpages in the Google index for this search term. That said, I wouldn't want to devote any time targeting that keyword!
by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
Okay, maybe I'm being a bit dim here.I know what it *means* to do keyword research. I understand the basics of it. I know how important keywords are, and I know how to use them effectively in a white hat manner.However, I'm not having success, so I think I'm approaching the situation wrong. What...
by Jonathan Wylie 4 years ago
What are your strategies for finding good keywords for articles, and what factors do you associate with a good keyword or keyword phrase?
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
When I read tutorials my head spins. So please give me an example using my topic: a recipe for baked salmon. If the title is "How to make Herb-crusted baked salmon", and I use the phrases "salmon fillet" "fish" throughout the hub, that's not optimizing right? Examples...
by Wesman Todd Shaw 3 years ago
One thing that I've noticed in my traffic stats is that one particular hub about a particular acoustic guitar - seems to be doing better than other hubs about what I would think would be guitars that are more sought after.So I looked at the hub that is doing so well, and tried to figure out why...
by unclesam 9 years ago
Will Anyone help in finding the best paid keywords for google?
by avan989 6 years ago
I have notice that in some hubs, people bold their keywords in the beginning paragraph. And then they bold some more keywords throughout their hubs. Is this away to improve your hubs for google?
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