Number of tags?

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  1. Steve Schmidt profile image61
    Steve Schmidtposted 11 years ago

    How many tags mas pr hub lens?

    I cannot find the answer anywhere?

    1. Steve Schmidt profile image61
      Steve Schmidtposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Hey does anyone know how many tags max pr lens?

  2. SunSeven profile image65
    SunSevenposted 11 years ago

    I think you can put in as many as you want as long as it is relevant to the content. Welcome to HubPages. And we call it 'HUBS" here. Have Fun!

  3. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 11 years ago

    Yes and you don't tag spam with excess keywords!!

    There's plenty of keywords to go around for everyone.

  4. Lincoln Armstrong profile image61
    Lincoln Armstrongposted 11 years ago

    Just use "spam" as a tag.  You'll get over NINE THOUSAND pageviews. 


    Well, not really, but it sounds good. 

    mmmm...   spam....

  5. Paul Edmondson profile imageSTAFF
    Paul Edmondsonposted 11 years ago

    Too many tags can get your Hubs flagged as spam.  We may put a limit of 7 on this.  What do you think?

  6. SunSeven profile image65
    SunSevenposted 11 years ago

    Some bookmarking sites allow up to 12 or more tags. So I guess less than 15 is sufficient, but certainly need more than 7.

  7. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 11 years ago

    Squidoo has a limit of 40 tags, so I think that should be the amount!

    Because really you only need to be targeting specific keywords, so any good hubber would be doing their keyword research as part of their niche collective, I would have thought!!

  8. Angela Harris profile image69
    Angela Harrisposted 11 years ago

    I agree with Waynet.
    For sure, though, I believe that 7 is way too few. It's very difficult (for me, anyway) to determine only 7 keyword tags. I'm aware that this will make each keyword that much more important, but some topics are very hard to limit to just 7.

  9. darkside profile image80
    darksideposted 11 years ago

    Go with a limit of 50!

    Though possibly less if you can come up with a system (much like Squidoo has implemented) that shows us exactly what search terms are being used and be able to add the ones we think would be beneficial.

    In addition to that I think what would be good is those ones are exempt from the tag count, because they're already proven to be working. Which is beneficial to both HubPages and its Authors.

    I explain this a lot better if anyone thinks it's a half decent idea.


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