Is there a maximum recommended number of "tags" that can be put onto a Hub?
Looks like an almost unlimited number possible. I have put everything I can think of on a couple of Hubs. Will that be considered tag spamming and detract from Hub score?
Google blogger, for example, has no word limit, but there IS an approximately 200 character limit, which makes a maybe 7 to 10 two-word tags limit.
I always shoot for between 10 and 15 ... it seems to be enough to bring in outside traffic without being considered an abuser of the system
If you do a good research with Google Keyword Tool, you will do well with about 10 to 15 tags. It's not the quantity but the quality of tags that matter. You need to pick up those tags that have less competition but more searches. Besides, if you are creating evergreen content, then traffic will come anyway.
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