writing my frist Hub and it asked for a Tag. confused on what to do !! Im lost.. LOL I am not as smart as I thought !
A tag is simply a key word that links your hub to other hubs and questions. Simply write in the tag box a word that will help to identify your hub.
For instance: I wrote a hub on animal shelters and the pet population. Tags I included are--animals, pets, population, euthanasia, ect. That is what a tag is for. The more you add to your hub, the better the circulation your hub will get. Just make sure the tags are accurate.
Hi,skeeter 747!.If your hub "talks"about Christianity,the tags could be:JESSUS,RELIGION,CHRISTIAN.All these words have a connection with Christiannity.
Thanks I was a little confused ! So it does not matter what I write about right ?
No Skeeter it doesn't matter what you write about, there will be "tags" for each topic and down to the right in the "grey column, the system will suggest more tags. Just click on them and it'll drive more traffic your way when someone comes searching.
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