Is there any limit of using tags in a hub? Would it have any effect on the rating or score for use of more tags? I am just curious to know!
Yes, it is possible to have too many tags, and to be penalized for it, but that shouldn't happen if you just use common sense. The number of tags should be proportional to the length of the content, and all tags should accurately reflect what's in the hub. Simple as that.
Thanks Maddie Ruud for the response! Is there any benchmark for that e.g. some percentage of the total words or something?
There's no hard-and-fast rule. For a short poem, half a dozen probably will suffice. For a hub with a lot of information, of 1000+ words, maybe as many as 30-40, depending on how much punch your hub packs.
I would say 10-20, even if it's a 2,000-word Hub. That's my preference.
12-20 for around 600 word hub. up to 40 for more than 1000 word hubs.
by CarpetDiem 9 years ago
Are too many tags on an individual hub a bad thing? Do they "water things down"? And how many is too many?How many do you usually use on each of your hubs, and why?Thanks!
by OPSCisco 3 weeks ago
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by Cynthia 6 years ago
How many tags should one attach to a single hub?I know we are not supposed to have inappropriate or irrelavent tags, but is there a such thing as too many relavent tags?
by Muhammad Rafiq 4 years ago
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by WHoArtNow 10 years ago
Hi guys, I was hoping for some criticism on the below hub. I've written a small series on the subject and the others do well (by comparison!) Its been online for almost 2 months, and I've only had 5 pv! I want to edit it before I go off and do some promoting for it.Any tips, criticism and ideas...
by Medkh9 8 years ago
i need to know how many tags you guys attach to your hubs , i know at least two , but is there an average number of tags to make the hubs attract more traffic ?
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