I have a question that concerns making tags on hubs. I do not know how to explain this precisely so I am going to give an example:
Lets say your title is "Large Black Bears"
Would making a tag called "Large Bears" be wrong? Dropping the word bears essentially.
Then of course adding more tags, but I just wondered if you could tag that way.
Question number one:
Would making a tag called "Large Bears" be wrong?
No sir. Making a tag called "large bears" would not be a wrong thing to do.
Question number two:
but I just wondered if you could tag that way.
Yes sir, you can tag that way and it will not harm your hubs.
I solved the test!!
I put my keywords and phrases in the tag field, even if they compose nearly all of the title.
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