I never know how many to use. Could too many hurt your hub? What have you guys found to work best for you?
Keep them relevant and maybe around 12 or less. Otherwise HP might become perturbed.
You could try for more, but different people have had different results with that.
The number of tags depends on the number of words in your hub.. with a 700- 800 word hub go up to 15.. with a 1500 word hub you can take it up to 25.. only relevant tags are worth anything is what I think..
You will see warnings on your hubs.. and your traffic seems to be affected.. I have seen that when I have taken off tags my hubs seem to do better.. though I can't explain why.. Google traffic is much higher with fewer pertinent tags..
by kmackey327 years ago
I was told by one hubber to use about 15. How many does every else use?
by shazwellyn7 years ago
Hi. Got a message.. Please verify that they are all relevant and specific etc... how do I verify?Thanks guys xxxx
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