Am wondering if it is better to have less tags on your profile can anyone help me?
You need lots of tags. This is used by the search engines in indexing your hub.
You don't need lots of tags. You need really relevant tags, and I've found a moderate amount works better than lots.
thanks for your info i seem to be getting good hits so ill just leave um thanks once again!!
by Appletreedeals 9 years ago
I have seen several threads commenting on tag pages.Searched my data storage facilities - no luck, banged them against the wall to see if the data could be jiggled loose - no luckwhat is meant by tag pages?GA
by Lavender Jade 5 years ago
Do you need lots of friends or just one or two?Some people seem to have loads of friends and others either don't have many at all or just their family. I only seem to have family, I do have friends but no one close who I would go to in a crisis, I was wondering what everyone else thinks about...
by CarpetDiem 9 years ago
Are too many tags on an individual hub a bad thing? Do they "water things down"? And how many is too many?How many do you usually use on each of your hubs, and why?Thanks!
by travelespresso 8 years ago
I'm keen to drive more traffic to my hubs and in the process find a way to make some more money. I'm learning heaps here but I want to learn more about putting the right tags into my hubs so that the search engines pick it up. (I always use Adwords key tool). My hubs are mainly...
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
Hi. Got a message.. Please verify that they are all relevant and specific etc... how do I verify?Thanks guys xxxx
by Peter Messerschmidt 10 years ago
When we create a new hub, we get to input relevant tags for the topic at hand.Do these became part of the searchable content of the hub, or are they merely "internal," i.e. used by the hubpages search feature, and to create tag clouds?I ask, because when I did a "show source" on...
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