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Using tagging to improve traffic to your page

A topic by LadyAijou created Jan 17, 2017 Views: 3,757
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When you publish your project, one of the goals will be to bring traffic to your new page. One way to do this is by utilizing the tagging feature. Tagging allows users to search for relevant games, and prudent tagging can make a difference in bringing an audience to your page.

On your dashboard, you are given the option to add tags that describe your project. We recommend that content creators use suggested tags where possible, as these are more easily found in searches on the site.

Some common mistakes when tagging include using synonyms (such as zombie, zombies), using the name of the game as a tag, and using tags that give information already included in the metadata. For example, tagging a game as multiplayer would be unnecessary if you've already classified your game as multiplayer in the Multiplayer support section. Tags should instead be relevant to your game, and should aid your customers in finding your page.