so I just finished and published my first hub in months and i noticed there was no "tags" section in edit mode. I haven't been on hubpages that much lately and I did notice all the updates but just curious to why tagging was taken away...and how does the hub get tagged now? I apologize in advance if this subject has been talked about before!!
Tags were removed by HP a short time ago. Apparently they had not actually been using them for months anyway. They were only ever used for internal searches even when they were in use, so the loss of them with have no impact on your Google traffic. Hope this helps, but if not I am sure using the 'site search box' and looking for 'tags' under 'forums' will result in loads of threads that were raised about this at the time, and which staff responded to.
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