How important are tags?
we all know tags are important, but just how big of an impact do they have on your traffic when dealing with "out" sources (not fellow hubbers).
How much of a difference do they make on search engines?
What could the right tags do for your article (hub)?
First of all, tags are used by search engines to minimize the results. You got to use the best out of the tags and you will dramatic increase in traffic.
Example: Instead of Recipe for A, you can change with, best recipe to prepare A.
Hope this helps.
They are the ones that help search engines search out your hub, get you traffic, give you a high PR, they are what probably get you more clicks.
With the help of tags our hub is searched among others.tags are very useful in searching content from internet. A tag helps to describe an item and help this item to search on internet. In tag we assigns to a piece of information
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