i got told i had too many keywords.. on my first hub i had nearly a 100 LOL i condensed it, now i have no idea how many i have but i just put as many as i think are relevant, the more yu have the better the searches for others. and the more links you get with your google ads etc... there's no such thing as too many keywords.. the more the better your hits in search engines.
i never use the silly filler words that get suggested, but always manage to have plenty. works for my hubs, i even see my hubs listed on the related hubs list on my pages... guess i must be doing something right by putting lots.
Thank you all for taking a time and answer my question. Thank you sugz very much you helped me a lot!
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