I have just published a hub and at the top there was a warning that said : The tags may not match the content, please check. (And that it was not in compliance .... )
http://hubpages.com/hub/-Beginners-Guid … -Computers
Now, I admit, I had put in a lot of tags but there way all related (my hub being a bit long). Just wanted to know, is this automatic or did I get the warning because someone flagged my hub ?? Also, please do let me know if you feel any of the tags shown now are out of context....
You will find that tags are like keywords. They must be in the content. No use having a tag or keyword if your talking about dogs if your content is just about cats.This would seem why your tags may not match the content.
Get rid of them and start over, put tags in that are actually in your content. Problem solved. And, its automatic, no one really flags around here.
Almost all of my tags were related to the content in my hub but yes there were too many. So is that also a condition? Like you should have a limited no. of tags and if you go beyond a certain limit, you are warned ??
Tags should be identical wording as in your content. I did read once before on the forum that 15 tags is getting towards the top end so go for a number less then 15.
Nice move on Twitter too, I saw that and thanks for the follower.
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