I believe this was answered in a hub written by someone else and I apologize for not remembering who or the name of the hub, however the suggestion was around 10.
The danger is to add too many and devalue each. Look carefully and see if each one is truly relevant; a better guide than some set number
Only add that are relevant to your hub.If you will add too many,then you will be warned for too many tags.So only add relevant tags.
10 - 12 max normally as said by hubpages. That may be more of a guideline though but overloading your hubs with a high amount of hubs will only hinder your efforts.
by premsingh 9 years ago
If any content of the hub is being copied by someone and used elsewhere, its not the fault of hubber. This is nice that HP is motivating hubbers to file DMCA to the concerned site and take appropriate action,who is going to waste time to fight with the copyright violators. HP has witnessed...
by Yvonne Spence 6 years ago
On some of my hubs (but not all) when I click the stats button, a message pops up: "Something went wrong. Please try again. And when you get a chance, you may want to report this issue in the Hubpages forums."
by Veronica Roberts 7 years ago
Mine fluctuate, regardless of the amount of views, votes (up/down), and feedback. (I'm talking about hubs that have been published for a period of time)? I've searched & searched, and can not find an explanation. Any ideas?
by SportsBetter 6 years ago
Should you ping your HubPage's profile link, individual hubs, or both?
by zeke2100 5 years ago
I think you need a badge that is awarded for individuals Hub achievements, such as: if one Hub receives over 5,000 views, that's quite an achievement - there should be a badge for that.
by Jaye Denman 5 years ago
On December 16, my total earnings spiked for that day. I would like to know specifically which hub or hubs were responsible. This would help me determine the best type of hubs to concentrate on writing and publishing in the future. If there's something at the Learning Center about this, I can't...
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