Tags are what we use to tell the search engines what our hub is about and they also enable HP to link similar hubs on the same topic. they work very similar to the way metatags used to work.
As Ohma said. Now look in the right column of any Hub for the Tag section, for examples. When you make a Hub, you will choose from the suggestions HubPages offers, and you can also enter in your own, which should be appropriate to the subject of your Hub.
tags are the links with the post we can use this tags to find out the information very fast and apperare in the search engine ......
use the related tags to get fast to apperare in search engine
by Appletreedeals 8 years ago
I have seen several threads commenting on tag pages.Searched my data storage facilities - no luck, banged them against the wall to see if the data could be jiggled loose - no luckwhat is meant by tag pages?GA
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
What's the difference between keywords and tags?This is a question only a newbie to computers would ask, I'm sure, but I bought my very first computer a little over a year ago and hope you could write a hub-or an email-about this. I've looked at some answers given by other hubbers and am...
by WorkAtHomeMums 6 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 H Lax 5 years ago
Before the day is over!
by fitmom 5 years ago
What happened to the tag field?I've been away for a couple weeks and went to create a new hub and the tag field is missing. Did I miss something??
by anglfire693 8 years ago
Ok, I did look at the FAQ's before coming here, and I found a hub on tags and read it. But it seemed to contradict another article I read. I also read through the comments and noticed that another hubber posted my question 4 months ago and has yet to get a reply so I am going to ask...
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