I've noticed that hubs don't use the keyword meta data. I was curious as to how exactly tags converted into "keywords" if this is the case?
I suppose I assumed that tags were converted into keyword meta tags. I guess not
I believe that tags are simply another way to create relevantly hyperlinked backlinks. The pages created when you click them can make good backlinks.
metakeywords have been ignored by search engines for most of this decade
so what would be the point?
I wasn't aware of that Sunforged, it would explain a few things. I always assumed they did I should have read:
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … a-tag.html
Before posting this. Oh well, you learn something new everyday
HP probably shouldn't call them tags. I didn't even use them (other than the required two) at first because I thought they were putting them into mata tags, which I knew would be useless. A few weeks in I realized that HP could not be that dumb, and then noticed the tag links, said "Duh!" and called myself an idiot - first time for that week, and I think it was Wednesday!
Maybe "link tags"? I dunno..
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