When I pull up one of my hubs in a browser and then click the "View" menu, then "Page Source" I don't see my tags/keywords anywhere. Shouldn't these be listed here in the page's source code?
I mean when my article is displayed in a browser, I look at the source code and do not see the tags/keywords that I entered for the article.
Google searches look for these keywords so I'm concerned that I cannot find them. In articles I've created for other sites the keywords are displayed near the top when I view the source code in a browser.
Please disregard the above. Apparently I'm a little behind the times. I've found out Google stopped using the keywords meta tag years ago.
by DzyMsLizzy5 years ago
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by ryankett7 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz8 years ago
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by Susannah Birch6 years ago
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by Sarah Buckhannon3 years ago
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by shazwellyn6 years ago
Are they different labels meaning the same things? I know it sounds stupid and basic, but I would really like to know for sure. Thanks x
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