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?
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