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Aside from this question kindly please give me some point of view about tags.
I'll be glad if you'll help me with this guys.
As helpful as HP is, likes and wants to be, I'd stay away from most. Use your judgement. Are they relative, would you use them as a keyword or phrase if searching for what ever it is you've written about?
Hope that helps
Thanks hehehe comical frog prince yeah it really helps, i thought you're going to pull off another ROFL crap nyahaha, glad you didnt.
I completely agree with the wise ol' frog.
Its not too hard to come up with better tags yourself. The suggestions are just patterns recognised from your text that often join two words together in a phrase that no sane person would ever search for.
I usually take a couple of the suggested tags, but not many.
Thanks for sharing guys, hehehe i'm going to make a complete overhauling hehehe...
I use most of them... some of the time, as long as they even loosely relate to my HUB topic.
Although with a recent HUB I wrote it suggested using "getting hard" Which I... didn't use for obvious reasons.
It's just that a suggestion and I found that they can be pretty good!
Tags are great the more relevant ones you have the better! You should use your Keyword in whole if you are trying for SEO rank of course because it helps your odds... as far as I know.
If in doubt, copy the suggested tag and go to Goggle's Keyword tool.
C&P it and run a search to see just how well the term actually does.
I have found that sometimes the suggested tags pan out, and sometimes I wonder how in the heck they even came up with that term.
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