So, I’ve been harping about Tagging the posts correctly all this while, and so was the admin team before me.
Here’s why Tagging is important, not just here on Bloggers World but also for your blog. Fortunately, tagging on our own blogs is a little easier. Here, not so much!
Add to that, there are tags where the categories should be. I’m giving up on sorting that out or editing previous posts.
In the recent poll, most of you indicated that you would like to be told where the tags were incorrect so that you could use the correct ones the next time round. (The results came as a relief! I was worrying about being too strict and that everyone would choose the ‘No’ options 😀 )
Poll Results for ‘Admin Assistance on Tagging’
So after much research, I think I’ve figured out the tagging bit.
The only way to ensure that the posts are easily visible in tag search results is to get the tags correct. So, here’s a ready reference guide. You may use them from the tag box in the post editor or add them manually.
Add #feedback to posts asking for feedback.
Add #help to posts requesting help
Add #techhelp if you have a technical problem.
Add #idea to posts with an idea
These are suggestions. You may add additional tags as needed.
Add following tags to the individual Weekly Feature Posts :
Add #weekly for all weekly feature posts.
Additional tags as per the respective weekly feature –
Monday – #etymology
Tuesday – #triviatuesday
Wednesday – #authorstory
Friday – #fridayfeature (also, add the following tags for the respective Friday feature – #quotations for Friday1, #100wordsstory for Friday2, #filmreview for Friday3 and #bookreview for Friday4)
Saturday – #creativewriting
BlogCast – #blogcast
Sunday 13 Words Story – #13wordsstory
Guest Posts – #guestfeature
This post may again get lost in the sea of posts that shall follow it. So, for your convenience, the same ready reckoner is there on the right side menu under the heading “Tags”.
Now if only I could figure out how to tag this post!
(Categories, I hear you say. You kidding me?!! that’s for another lifetime! 😛 )
Do you think this would be easy enough to follow? In case you have further doubts, please feel free to reach out.