The only HTML meta tag you can control is the content meta tag. You can set that by editing your hub and choosing the "Summary Text" tab. This is the text that will be shown in hub listings (as well as being used by some search engines).
But now that I look at your profile, I think you might be referring to the tag box on your profile page. Those will be calculated automatically from the tags on your hubs. It sometimes can take a little to update however. Be patient.
While I'm here typing, I see that you have several identical links to ebay listings embedded in your airplane hub. This puts you in danger of having your hub flagged as "overly promotional". Third party affiliate links in hubs are ok, but please limit yourself to no more than 1 or 2 per hub (especially to the same destination).
by Melanie Zetterberg 6 years ago
How do I add a meta tag to my hubpages?So I can use google analytics?
by AllanWrites 9 years ago
The purpose of this post is not to self-promote. A few clicks isn't going to help me whatsoever. I just want advice.I just started a website. http://new-electronics.net/If you search for newest electronics, my parked domain, http://newestelectronics.net is the fifth result (which isn't too bad.)I...
by shabarigirish 7 years ago
Is is possible to add a META tag on my profile page for few seconds? I just wanted for Authentication.
by WorkAtHomeMums 7 years ago
When you view source code for a regular website, you can view their meta name="keywords".Where does the equivalent lie within a hub's source code? I've done a search and can see the meta name="description' which is our summary, but other than our title I can't see it.Anyone with the...
by sam24354 7 years ago
How do you add the tag to your hub? I know how to add keywords, I am lost. Do you just...site:HubPages.com KEYWORD tag instead of a keyword into your keywords?I understand the logic of why this works, but not the actual step by step process of adding the tag to your own hub
by Billie Kelpin 4 years ago
...so I've never been clear on this "overly promotional" thing. This is what I, as a 69 year-old "rebel-with -cause," I-don't-give-a-care-anymore", woman understands the rule to be: For hubs, I think I'm clear: I must be sure I never ever to mention my company (website) in...
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