As I understand it:
A tag is a word used to describe your hub's content. If you wrote a hub on how to fix a lawnmower, your tags could be "lawnmower" "mower" "motor" "repair" among others. These tags would also be the terms used by search engines or people doing a search on the Internet for how to fix a lawn mower.
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by Liz Elias5 years ago
Greetings-- I have been reading quite a bit on this topic lately, trying to learn more. I have learned quite a bit about what they are, and where/how many times they should be placed. My new question...
by Appletreedeals6 years ago
I have seen several threads commenting on tag pages.Searched my data storage facilities - no luck, banged them against the wall to see if the data could be jiggled loose - no luckwhat is meant by tag pages?GA
by saleheensblog5 years ago
Suppose I have 10 hubs in a same niche. I have 30 tags for each hub where 25 tags are common for all. Is it a good idea? Will I compete with myself in one point of time? What do you do in this case? Suppose the hubs...
by TIC Publishing5 years ago
The tags you put in when creating an article... are those HTML META Tags? Google stopped paying attention to those in like 1999, and I don't think any important search engine uses them -at all-Is there any use in...
by Life at DrTom's6 years ago
I know that the choice of keywords is important. But can you have too many keywords? What is wrong with using every word you can think of?
by travelespresso6 years ago
I'm keen to drive more traffic to my hubs and in the process find a way to make some more money. I'm learning heaps here but I want to learn more about putting the right tags into my hubs so that the search...
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