Just wondering if there is a "rule of thumb" on how many tags are most effective in a hub, based from your experience? Thanks!
The hub will actually let you know if you have too few... or too many.
Really? Is this an implied way (too few traffic), or an obvious way (like an alert)? Haven't seen the latter.
by Marissa 7 years ago
Is it possible to add too many tags to a hub?I find that sometimes there are so many tags that would fit the topic of my hub, but I feel like I am using too many.
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 Jessie Miller 7 years ago
I never know how many to use. Could too many hurt your hub? What have you guys found to work best for you?
by Sunnyglitter 8 years ago
Is it possible to have too many tags?I use most of the suggestions given to me (by HubPages) when I write an article. Do tags really make a difference?
by Cynthia 6 years ago
How many tags should one attach to a single hub?I know we are not supposed to have inappropriate or irrelavent tags, but is there a such thing as too many relavent tags?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
What is the ideal number of tags to have for a hub?Is inclusion of too many tags viewed negatively by Google?
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