I was told by one hubber to use about 15. How many does every else use?
Depends on the Hub.
15 Seems like a good number , but my hubs are kinda lame so It doesnt matter ! As long as the tags are relevant to the hub .
I use about 15 but then towards the end of the hub i may add a couple of the suggested ones that crop up.
The more tags you add the more views you may receive, in my opinion. However, I have found there seems to be a limit and after you publish one and if you have too many.. you may receive a message asking you to delete a few.. that has been my experience so far.. good luck.
I had one very succesful hub that had about 40. I've been trying to use atleast 30 ever since.
Depends on the hub-- and on the length of the hub, I think.
If you have a 500 word hub with 25 tags-- I'd think that's a bit much.
when you see obvious spam just hit the rport button in the corner--you don't want to quote them or their links
The most sensible approach somebody posted here was: put as many as you can, until it starts telling you you have too much. Then back down a couple, to clear the warning
I agree Misha. As many as possible is best.
I tried to do that. Initially the hubscore went up and then it started going down. It also affected the author score. Now I am thinking to experiment by deleting all tags on a couple of useful hubs and use ONLY some High Paying Tags on those topics and see if helps to increase the income. Your thoughts....
I read a similar post the Misha made about putting in as many tags as you can. I've done that and have received loads more traffic from search engines - so thank you Misha!
Hello my fellow hubbers! I wanna ask something about tags, what is the exactly the minimal tags that can we post in our hubs?
Why would you want to use the minimal amount of tags? The less tags the less search engine traffic. The minimum you can use is probably 0.
You have to have at least 3 or 4 In order for your hub to be published , but put on as many as you can to get the most exposure
The minimum is Zero
but that will not be wise
really? wow...i only added tags that i thought were relevant and got way under 15. hmm...well, these are good tips!
There is no magic number, but here is my take on the use of tags on Hubs and how they help you rank in Google et. al.
by Steven Miller 12 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 if I remove a few. How many is okay?
by Audrey Hunt 10 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 archdaw 13 years ago
by Jessie Miller 11 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 Nancy Owens 11 years ago
I wrote a page about developing a home based business. I intended for it to be educational, but I received an email that the page was in violation for possible too many key words, wrong tags, and maybe even a deceptive title. How can I get help from someone more experienced to fix these errors. I...
by Jake Keeley 9 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub. I mean the whole process, research, writing etc. What would you say is the average for you?
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