Are you worried because Tag was phased out and the RSS Feeds are going away next year?
Because hub tags have been phased out and the plan that RSS Feeds would be going away next year. I listed down how to market my hubs:
(1) Promote hubs using its URL links
(2) Hubs without tags can still be marketed outside HubPages
(3) Creativity on marketing hubs is also needed
(4) Promote hubs using profile domain name
(5) Submit your HubPages domain name to search engines
(6) Old published hubs need exposure too
(7) Maximize the use of Google+, Facebook and Pinterest
and (8) Turning hubs into photo hubs is another way to promote hubs
Not particularly. I never bothered to learn how to use the RSS Feed function and quite frankly, coming up with "tags" for each hub was a pain in the ass, so I won't miss either one.
It's too soon to tell if the tag option we once had is going to hurt our views or not. However not having to do it now does reduce the time just a little bit on how long it takes to create a hub.
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