Is it necessary to meta-tag pictures uploaded to hubpages?
As in keywording, description etc. Or do all these get removed when hubpages rename the picture files?
You can set "source" of the photo and a subtitle, meta-tags are not required. However, if you want, from the "My Account" page, you can go to "Photos" (the direct URL is -> http://hubpages.com/my/photos/gallery) and there you can manage all your published photos, and you can also add descriptions.
by Justin Earick 5 years ago
Does it boil down to whether I am more concerned with fishing for more clicks, or making a quality product for my own pride? Is a google-friendly title selling out for mere pennies, or just a means to an end? I guess once I start writing it down... I talk to myself, I know.I need more...
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
So, is there an easy way to download all the pictures you uploaded to hubpages? I searched for a hub on this and checked out the image information section, but didn't find the answer. I know I can right-click and paste the images I've imported and I probably have all of these pictures...
by Dilip Chandra 5 years ago
Problem while uploading the photos. After the Upload is done am getting the following error;"The server is not responding as expected."
by Charlinex 8 years ago
My photos look very different after they are uploaded to Hubpages. They appear to be dull and unsharp. I am a commercial photographer so I do know the standards. Even though I had applied more sharpness and saturation to the photos than I would for the professional agencies, they still look...
by Rain San Martin 2 years ago
I recall my photos looking distinctly sharper in previous months on all of my Hubs. I hope we can return to the crisp image quality once displayed as a standard on HubPages.
by Oscar Jones 7 months ago
Does anyone understand meta tags application enough to explain why we can't control meta tags, or can we, and I just don't know how to do it on hubpages?
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