A tag is a word, group of words, or phrase. When someone does a search for information, they will type in words or phrases that will (hopefully) take them to that information. By adding common search tags to your hubs your information will be more visible to those doing searches.
Another name for "tag" is "label", which blogspot blogger blogs use similarly.
by Cory 12 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub An Open Universal Science Fiction/Fantasy Story or potential game! (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by Brittany Kennedy 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to give capsules a url so we can put a table of contents on the top and people can click to the subject they would like to view. For example, it would work well for people who have chapters to add to books they're working on. Also, it could be used for a...
by Carola Finch 2 months ago
One of my articles on an HP niche site recently underwent the Premium Pro editing process. The editor decided to add about 800 words of her own research to supposedly "improve" my article. Personally, I hated the addition. I do not feel comfortable including other...
by Ashish Joshi 6 years ago
I had no choice but to start a new thread about the same suggestion as the previous thread was closed for anymore comments before I could post my feedback upon the latest profile layout.It appears nice and quite user-friendly overall, but I must admit I won't be satisfied if my suggestion on the...
by Siny J 8 years ago
Is there any benefit in putting words in the tag column? If yes, Should I put words or phrase in that column?It would be appreciated if you could help me.Thanks
by ro-jo-yo 3 years ago
Checking Bing webmaster, it states that the img tag does not have an ALT attribute defined, also the pages are missing meta language information, how do I correct that.
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