Do tags always have to be mentioned in the context of the hub
I was wondering cause sometimes I don't mention certain words, but there are tags that are still relative to that topic. Will putting the tags that are not in context be useless or will this make other searching for that story make it relative due to the tags added
Yes! tags are important for search engine traffic, as search engine follow them. Tags must be relevant to your hub.
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