I have seen several articles and youtube videos on how we edit html template to mention targeting keyowrds in each bog post. So I want to know do I need to do same or it is not required now?
Please help someone..
I am using blogspot... there is no option to mention keywords in it. Anyhow, I saw some video tutorials to edit html template. Do I follow it or not?
Why bother? Just write good content and traffic will come. I don't see the point of editing your template.
Ok. Then how do i target keywords? There is no need to target keywords?
by Rafini12 days ago
Hi Everyone -I'm almost in the market for a new blogging site, but before I make the final decision to leave the site I currently use (Blogger) I thought I should get some opinions on other sites and see what else is...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
I am not too keen on Wordpress. It looks pretty and clen but the advertising options are limited. I use blogger because it's easier to use and gives me freedom with Adsense, but I really hate the limited templates. I am...
by girly_girl098 years ago
I have finally created a blogspot/blogger blog (or a network of them, actually). The thing is - how do I get started? LOL Let me explain...I have SO much stuff to post, but does anyone have any tips/tricks and better...
by Kenneth Avery5 years ago
NOTE TO ALL SUPER-WISE HUBBERS:I have emailed HubPages three times through their "contact us" section and asked them to SEND ME INFORMATION on'HOW TO SET-UP MY OWN HUBPAGES BLOG ACCOUNT' and they havent...
by Mike's Corner6 years ago
Which would you recommend for starting a blog to support your Hubs -- blogger or wordpress? Do blogger pages tend to get better indexed/higher PRs since Google owns it?
by Ohma7 years ago
I was wondering if there was a program that I could download to help me learn about html. I am more of a hands on learner and need something I can play with to learn from.
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.