How many tags are optimal for traffic generation? Does Hubpages put a limit on the number of tags you can use? I am assuming that too many tags may look 'spammy'. Thanks for your help.
Can't remember where I first saw it, but I read somewhere around here that it is good to include between 20 - 30 tags depending on the length of you hub. For shorter hubs (about a half page) I stay closer to 20. For Full/ extended pages I go with the full 30. Works for me!
(Also HubPages automatically alerts you if you have too many tags for a particular hub, so this helps you weigh things out even more)
20 good tags to the subject is a safe bet. But you can add me and you get a warning on your Hub when you overexceed your limit.
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