Can you be more specific? What google tool are you referring to? There are quite a few.
There is no tag section any more. It seems after all this time adding the recommended 15-20 tags to your hub, that it was a wasted, unnecessary activity.
It seems Google doesn't look at those at all and that keyword research is all that's necessary. At least, that's the information I got from a recent question and answer.
I read somewhere tag spamming is also a no no. I went to my personal blog, redid tags, max 3 to all , in the last 45 days,nice increase in views with no marketing. Maybe hubpages realized we were getting jipped by tag spammers hurting our ranking?
by Kelly W. Patterson9 years ago
When doing tags, is it better to do tags as singular words or to split each word within a phrase or term up as a seperate tag or even both?For example, if I'm doing a hub on small green apples should the tabs be:small...
by Silver Q5 years ago
Did hubpages remove tags when creating a new hub? It no longer gives me the option to input tags...
by Lela2 years ago
To date, I have been denied permission to ask and/or answer questions because of revenge? mark downs by disgruntled hubbers. I get blocked for a while, then un-blocked, then blocked again. Also some of my Q&As are...
by sassygrrl325 years ago
I went to start a new hub and realized HP has changed. I looked all around to see if tagging feature was still around but it's not. So what happened to the tag feature?Why did HP get rid of it? I don't know about some...
by Nell Rose4 years ago
Quite a while ago we used to add our own tags to each hub. For example if we wrote about shoes we would use the tag box for words such as: shoes, trainers, new shoes, fashion shoes. And so on. Reading various articles...
by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
I've finally found my niche in writing (hey it only took 5 years to realize this - duh) Anyway, it's all about creative stuff - art lessons, design, etc. So when using WordPress for my own website where I am posting...
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