Am wondering if it is better to have less tags on your profile can anyone help me?
You need lots of tags. This is used by the search engines in indexing your hub.
You don't need lots of tags. You need really relevant tags, and I've found a moderate amount works better than lots.
thanks for your info i seem to be getting good hits so ill just leave um thanks once again!!
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