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MoeHaydar says

I want an advice for which tags to put for a file.

I think people arent fining my file and i want to fix that by adding better tags.
I had that problem in another file and when i chnged the tags sales increased a lot!

I am really terrible with these things! Thanks for your help.


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MoeHaydar says

Guys one one please, i can keep up with the rate of replies

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indeed_audio says

I also interested about tags, with this new search engine

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Joonique_Sound says

I don’t know much about codes, but why don’t you use the words you used in “Main features” like “responsive”, “mobile friendly”. Wouldn’t hurt if you added them to the keywords, as you can still add many.

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augustomeijer says

30 keywords max, right? Does it really help to find that many keywords for an item that actually make sense? Is it worth it?

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MoeHaydar says
I think it is 15. And Yes! How else would people find your item?

30 keywords max, right? Does it really help to find that many keywords for an item that actually make sense? Is it worth it?
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Joonique_Sound says

I think it is 15. And Yes! How else would people find your item?

30 keywords max, right? Does it really help to find that many keywords for an item that actually make sense? Is it worth it?

Maximum is 30. (At least on AJ)

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CodingJack says

I’d maybe think about including some 2-3 word phrases, as most people usually search 2-3 words as opposed to just one word. Some examples could be “Category Slider”, “WordPress Posts”, “Slider for WordPress”, etc.

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augustomeijer says

I’d maybe think about including some 2-3 word phrases, as most people usually search 2-3 words as opposed to just one word. Some examples could be “Category Slider”, “WordPress Posts”, “Slider for WordPress”, etc.

Thanks, that’s a great idea! These tags are actually pretty important it seems. Time to add some more!

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MoeHaydar says
Thank you!

I’d maybe think about including some 2-3 word phrases, as most people usually search 2-3 words as opposed to just one word. Some examples could be “Category Slider”, “WordPress Posts”, “Slider for WordPress”, etc.
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