I am a new hubber and want to know what a tag is can some one help me. Thank you. Robert
This should help, Robert: http://hubpages.com/faq/#tags
Hope that answers your question! Welcome to HubPages!
Tags are like keywords very short and descriptive.
You should use google adwords keyword tool for better keywords. Your keyword must be relevant to your hubs.
It's related to the theme of your hub.
So for instance http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Massage-Table has the following tags:
* massage therapist
* massage tables
* massage table
* massage school
* portable massage table
* best massage table to buy
* buy massage table
* buying a massage table
* working as a massage therpaist
* oakworks tables
* best massage table
* best lightweight massage table
* best portable massage table
* oakworks celesta performa
* ultimate massage table
* lightweight massage table
These words or phrases are what people may use to search for information related to massage tables.
I just wrote a hub about tags that includes the topic of understanding and using tags. I'll post the link below hopefully you will find the information helpful.
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