No. You make tags of keywords. The better researched and pertinent the better.
HubPages usually suggests quite a few tags. Many of them are good to use, but you also want to make sure you make your own additional tags based on your keyword research.
They are almost the same.The search engine looks for the tags to direct a search result to your hub. So be very detailed and precise in choosing tags. They are very important to get listed on searching.
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