Tags are used to help people find your hubs. For example, a hub about "Joys of Owning a Cocker Spaniel" might have the tags, "cocker spaniel, cocker spaniel dog breed, caring for a cocker spaniel, owning a cocker spaniel, grooming a cocker spaniel, bathing a cocker spaniel etc. The tags are key words that are taken from your hub.
by James Lee16 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub The Faithful Cocker Spaniel - There's So Much More Behind Those Floppy Ears (must be signed in to view)....
by Laurel Rogers6 years ago
What's the difference between keywords and tags?This is a question only a newbie to computers would ask, I'm sure, but I bought my very first computer a little over a year ago and hope you could write a hub-or an...
by jenicia6 years ago
my dogs (english cocker spaniel) sickness started with a cough, then the next day he started...vomitting everyhing and anything he ate continuously. he also had a swelling on his nose with watering eyes and kept on...
by shazwellyn7 years ago
Hi Guys,The importance of tags is of high priority. Many of you may not realise that there is a bug in the system and lots of tags are broken. Many of my tags are and here is an example of a broken hub...
by ilmdamaily7 years ago
Hi guys, I think i've found a neat little trick to generate very large numbers of backlinks in a very short space of time. I've searched thoroughly through all of the hubs and forums here, and it's something I don't...
by fitmom5 years ago
What happened to the tag field?I've been away for a couple weeks and went to create a new hub and the tag field is missing. Did I miss something??
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