I find myself going a little overboard with tags for each hub, I was wondering if anyone could take a look and tell me if i should cut some out or not. Thanks!
I looked at your tornado one and I think a lot of the tags are good. Maybe not "bad storm" or "storm weather". I don't know if many people search for those phrases. Other than that, I think identifying the tornados in your hub is good.
When looking at other hubs, try to add tags that people search for. "Bad storms of 2011" would be a good example. Hope this helps!
Thanks brittanytodd that is very helpful! i think i'll use "Bad storms of 2011", thanks for taking the time!
I normally maximise the number of tags to about 20 and uses Adwords for reference. Try to read http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/keywords or http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/The_Value_of_Tagging
by Glen 8 years ago
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