What is an appropriate amount of tags to use on your hubs?
what kind of tags should I use regarding the subject matter. Should they be specific or vague. How many are appropriate?
If you want targeted traffic that is likely to actually read your pages, I would say go with specific tags (keywords) and also use phrases that relate to your page. There are a great many keywords tools out there you can use that are free, if you need ideas.
It's important to make them specific. Vague tags will just confuse your readers
My latest mentor feedback had a comment on this issue. She said that 10 tags is about what we should be using and excess tags could actually be a bad thing for a hub.
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