Why are to many tags bad for an article
I would think more = better, got a message to many tags on my last article?
It is considered as a little bit spammy. Trying to obtain visitors using tags which are not entirely relevant, or are a little tenuous to the subject matter. Hubpages will warn you before publishing if you are using too many, and your hub may risk getting banned if you don't remove a few.
People want their articles read, so the put a lot of tags. It's a wrong way to be popular, because in fact the article is not relevant to your tags. So less and better tags are more useful than a lot of unliked tags.
The basic thing like most people have been saying. A lot of tags you may post aren't entirely relevant to what you are typing about. So just be sure you don't spam tags because its not a good idea for becoming popular because it can steal other peoples traffic who maybe wrote better stuff than you.
by kmackey328 years ago
I was told by one hubber to use about 15. How many does every else use?
by ryankett8 years ago
And indeed my hub rating, after doing something with my hubs.It may seem like stating the obvious, but I went through all of hubs and put the absolute maximum number of tags that I could before it said "you have...
by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
What is the appropriate amount of "tags" for a hub?AS I search for an answer to this question I find everything from 3-5 tags as well as up to 15 which I feel could be looked at as spam.
by Jesse Broman7 years ago
how many tags does it take to "trip" the automatically generated warning? some of my hubs have 20-25 tags- all relevant though- and i want to make sure im not going to be stepping on any "robotic...
by Steven Miller6 years ago
How many tags should you have on your hub?I have over 20 on some of my hubs. I think my hub score is getting lowered because I have too many tags. Is this possible to have too many tags? If so will my score go back up...
by Brianna W6 years ago
How many tags should you have for each individual hubs?
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