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 Jonathan Wylie4 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 Becki Rizzuti8 years ago
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by unclesam8 years ago
Will Anyone help in finding the best paid keywords for google?
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by Gary Anderson2 years ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by Earl Noah Bernsby4 years ago
I can here the snippers approaching.Snip, snip.Snip.
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