If a keyword is a word in our article that search engines can look for and advertisers can bid on, yes, we can use foreign keywords in our Hubpages articles, as long as they don't outnumber English words. But foreign tags are not allowed period. Not even one foreign tag is allowed.
My question is: if we can't use tags to help the search engine find our foreign keywords, will the search engine still be able to do it? There are lots of foreign words with very little competition and a very large number of global searches per month.
Tags create internal backlinks for those words but they aren't going to stop search engines ranking you for those words.
In fact I'm always adding new tags based on what the search engines are sending to my hubs. Simply click stats on your hub then click keywords.
Some of the longtail searches in particular can be quite funny, I've found!
Wrylilt.. .. but some are nonsensical, spelling errors and stuff ...what to do with those..
It must be because HP staff are afraid we'll say something naughty. But of course we would never do that.
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
While keywords, as part of your article are indeed important to the SEO "thing," and, as part of your article, they should be spelled properly and in the correct grammatical format, the tags you add outside the article are also valuable.I am beginning to suspect, however, that when...
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?
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
Is it better to use a large amount of keywords for the search engines or a smaller amount?I have seen both. Some hubbers use as many keywords as they can put in there; others use about 10 strong keywords. Do you find one or the other is more beneficial?
by Chuck Bluestein 6 years ago
I saw this somewhere but do not know where. I see hubs with a lot more than that.
by Ethan Green 6 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you are doing. So I wonder, with some people pumping out huge amounts of hubs, are...
by Peter Messerschmidt 9 years ago
When we create a new hub, we get to input relevant tags for the topic at hand.Do these became part of the searchable content of the hub, or are they merely "internal," i.e. used by the hubpages search feature, and to create tag clouds?I ask, because when I did a "show source" on...
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