I want to know that has anybody tried to put extra tags on their hub? Has it brought any extra traffic from search engines? I am about to put some extra highly searched tags in my hubs but before I want your experience and suggestion. Thanks for reading me.
I think adding tags is always a good idea. As long as they're relevant to your hub, add as many as you can. They increase the likelihood somebody will stumble onto it during a search, either on-site or in a search engine.
I would like to echo what danmayerisgod said above. Adding tag is like putting your Hub under a particular category (not in true sense, it is just to give you an analogy). So whenever some search is performed on site or on search engines then your Hub will be qualified to come up in the search result page.
by fitmom 5 years ago
What happened to the tag field?I've been away for a couple weeks and went to create a new hub and the tag field is missing. Did I miss something??
by Life at DrTom's 8 years ago
I know that the choice of keywords is important. But can you have too many keywords? What is wrong with using every word you can think of?
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
Is it better to use a large amount of keywords for the search engines or a smaller amount?I have seen both. Some hubbers use as many keywords as they can put in there; others use about 10 strong keywords. Do you find one or the other is more beneficial?
by Susan Holland 6 years ago
Should we use hub topics as tags?Do hub topics as tags bring in more traffic?
by Xenonlit 5 years ago
I'm trying to improve my SEO. If I change my title tag to have a better SEO, how long does it take for the title tag to change? Does the title actually ever change for the search engines?
by ryankett 9 years ago
Do 'tags' on hubpages have any affect on search engine listings whatsoever? Can I be found on google on the basis of my tags? The information I am getting is conflicting. Hubpages say this:-"Outside of HubPages, Tags also coincide with terms that are searched for by people using search...
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