Hi , I'm new to hubpages. I just entered my first hub. However, I didn't notice a place where to put key words. Can you help with this?
The old "tag" section is gone, where many put their keywords.
There is a section in the learning center ( http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/keywords ) that should help out.
Hub Pages eliminated that section just recently as many writers didn't use it or didn't use it correctly. Now it is done for you automatically, they also are eliminating RSS feeds, which I don't agree with but they didn't ask me . . . !
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