Is there such a thing as adding too many tags to your hub? If so, what is a recommended max. number?
The HubPages system will automatically warn you if you have too many. I find it's helpful if I think of the fewest tags I can use to relevantly identify the Hub, not the most.
The Hubpages system will warn you if you have too many. The key is they must be real and relevant. Try not to include tags for which you do not have the same words in your text at least once.
by PaulStaley1 6 years ago
Is going back and editing old hub, adding better tags, a good way to get more traffic?
by Sekharg 8 years ago
Hi,Is there any standard on how many tags we need to use for a hub?Is it OK to use 25 tags for a 500 word hub?How many tags do you guys use? (hope I am not asking for closely guarded secret here)I would appreciate if successful hubbers answer this question.I think, it will help many others also as...
by David 470 8 years ago
Can adding all suggested tags be a bad thing?A lot of suggested tags I get can be good, but are often missing a word in between for some reason. The words suggested are in the context so it is relevant, but can adding to many be harmful,good, or neither?
by Rod Martin Jr 7 years ago
My Hub, Anatomy of a Miracle has the message, "WARNING: This hub has a large number of tags."Come on, guys and gals. You asked for us to use "Suggested Links" to improve our Hub Karma, and now you're talking about dinging us for doing this?I checked over my links and as far as I...
by Robert Byerley 9 years ago
I am a new hubber and want to know what a tag is can some one help me. Thank you. Robert
by H Lax 5 years ago
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