How do I know: by which keywords my hubs are getting found in the search engine results pages?
I am getting some traffic from search engines by a regular basis. Is there are any way to find what keywords they are using?
You may find some limted details about the keywords that got you traffic within the stats section of each hub under the keywords tab but the best way is to set up a free google analytics accout and add your hubs to it then you'll see what shows up.
You can obtain very detailed keyword information if you configure your HubPages account to use Google analytics. I've placed a link below to a hub with directions on how to get it set up.
http://xtratiny.hubpages.com/hub/Google … p-Solution
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