In Google advanced keyword search, if one is entering a keyword phrase, you can chose between searches which use the exact phrase, or ANY of the words, or ALL of the words in ANY order.
How does Hubpages work in this regard?
I am assuming that you are talkign about searching using keywords and tags.
Most of us will say keywords and tags are vital. Choosing long tail ones are better as making it more specific instead of general one. Like what questionmaster said, keywords is all about traffic and not hubPages.
That is why using some long tail keywords on your hubs is important.
Hope this helps a little.
It's nothing to do with Hubpages - it's about what will bring search engines TO your Hubpages.
You need to choose exact for the best results. And ignore the competition bar - that's for advertisers, not publishers.
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