When hubpages asks you to enter keyword tags, I understand that long-tail keyword phrases are best. But does it benefit the you more if you just focus on 1-3, or should you list lots of tag phrases? Thanks!
Tags are not the same as tags on a blog. They're used for internal HubPages navigation.
Here's an excellent explanation from Greekgeek on another thread:
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