I read the "Free Guide to Hubpages" and I have a question regarding tags. I am writing about a small resort town and I can think of about 15-20 tags that would be appropriate since each on of these tags are actually things I speak about in my hub. Should I use all 20 tags? will this enhance or lessen my chances of being picked up by google..etc.
any info would be great
I always use 30 targeted keyword tags unless it's just a really short half-page hub or something which is rare for me.
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