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Add Tag Below the Message?

Is "Add Tag" below the message is similar to tag exchange in Amazon or it is something else.!!!


Or it is just to add tags related to your book.. Do these help in finding your book by a potential customer or just on boards...


I am really not sure about it's purpose. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

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Re: Add Tag Below the Message?

Tags link your post together. I think.
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Re: Add Tag Below the Message?

Tags have nothing to do, necessarily, with any links you may post.


Since these boards are about more than just flogging your books, the tags are there to help organize, identify, and make posts more searchable.


Notice the Top Tags area to the right on your screen. They're there to make topics of interest easier to find.