Does updating tags help in any way to increase traffic or does google see only highlighted words within the text of the hub?
If you click on a tag, you'll be taken to a page that lists every hub on the site with that tag. Sometimes that can be thousands (for a general tag like "cars" for instance.)
Google usually indexes the first page of results for tags, which is another backlink to your hub - IF you can get your hub on the first page. To do that, you should choose tags that are unique enough to have maybe 5-8 other hubs with the same tag, but not so unique that you're the only tag on HP.
by anglfire6937 years ago
Ok, I did look at the FAQ's before coming here, and I found a hub on tags and read it. But it seemed to contradict another article I read. I also read through the comments and noticed that another hubber...
by ologsinquito2 years ago
Over the last few days, I took Writer Fox's suggestion and began using Alt Tags on some of my photos. (I would have done this sooner, but I focused my efforts elsewhere when there were technical difficulties.) Very...
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 Susannah Birch6 years ago
I thought I knew the answer to this question. But something interesting happened in the last week which I found it hard to explain. I'd be interested to hear opinions.I have a hub which is nine months old and had just...
by Ohma6 years ago
I could use some help with a problem I am having? I added the Hubtrail tag to my what to do in Pa. Hub 4 days ago and for some reason it is not showing up in the Hubtrail feed. Other Hubs I have included are, but...
by kmackey327 years ago
What are some ideas on turning them into red ones?
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