I have not written a Hub in a few months and I just noticed I had published a Hub without any key words. the reason I didn't add any was because I didn't find them as an option when I was creating the document. Where have they gone?
I noticed this too, so, I have been ensuring my URL has key words in it, by editing it after I name my hub, so the title is fairly clean but keyword word pack ed and then the URL is more so and ensuring good keyword flow through the hub if and where possible, also using more text capsules with specific titles. I however would love to know where the keyword box has gone too.
I believe the feature you are referring to has been removed by Hubpages and they add the 'tags' automatically. There is a post about it somewhere maybe in their blog or a forum but it was weeks ago.
Then follow the link to the blog post about getting rid of RSS and tags.
Key words are not tags. It's important to know the difference.
Seems that I will be okay! Got worried for a bit thinking traffic would fall dramatically.
Traffic on HP can fall dramatically having nothing to do, often, with what you do or don't do. It's the nature of the content farm game. Keep writing if you like what you are doing and are not depending on HP for an income.
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