I had warnings on a few of my hubs that I might have had too many tags so I removed the ones that I thought were arguably not a big part of the subject matter, and, which is great, it appears that my hub scores have gone up, but now there is a new problem. In my tags map there are now invalid tags and no way I can find to delete them! Is there any way they can be removed?
They will disappear in a day or so. For performance reasons we recalculate the aggregate author tags periodically, not in real time as the tags on a hub change (or hubs are published or unpublished, etc.).
I didn't realise that you could have too many tags. Thanks for sharing.
by Joseph Addams 9 years ago
The Hub Police just pulled me over again this evening. This time I had too many tags. Here's what they had to say."Your hub may not be in compliance with our publishing guidelines. Please review the message below, and correct the problem if possible.WARNING: This hub has a large number of...
by Whitney 10 years ago
I have about 6 unpublished hubs with no content in them just a few tags. Each had at least one warning of being substandard with not content. If the hub is unpublished waiting for content, and has never been published before, is it a problem to have them sitting in the account page without...
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 Marissa 7 years ago
Is it possible to add too many tags to a hub?I find that sometimes there are so many tags that would fit the topic of my hub, but I feel like I am using too many.
by Sunnyglitter 8 years ago
Is it possible to have too many tags?I use most of the suggestions given to me (by HubPages) when I write an article. Do tags really make a difference?
by Life at DrTom's 8 years ago
I know that the choice of keywords is important. But can you have too many keywords? What is wrong with using every word you can think of?
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