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Exposing Tags: How It Works and Why You Should Do It

Tagging is an important part of the editorial workflow for two main reasons: SEO organization and an intuitive taxonomy for your content.

In terms of your site's architecture, tags create structure without requiring explicit sections. This can be helpful if you want to add some organization to your site without making official sections. See this article for more information on using tags to create structure.

But most importantly, tagging is vital because of its role in SEO. When you expose tags in a post, it tells search engine crawlers what's on the page. The crawlers then see your page as useful and relevant, and reward you by improving your rank for targeted SEO search phrases. Tags add more context and expose more content to be crawled. This was effective for our founder and CEO Andrea Breanna when she was CTO of The Huffington Post.


Tagging is also important for using our Discovery tool to expand your reach on social and leveraging a universe of creators.

How to Expose Tags

There are two ways to expose tags.

For the first method, start by locating the Lead Media element of your Post Page layout in the Layout & Design tool. Then, open up the Element Order menu in the Properties card to the right:

Locate the Tags element and change it from "Hidden" to an orientation that works for you, such as "Bottom":

Now you should see the tags exposed in your post pages:

For the second method, simply add a Post Content element to your page and change the element to "Tags":

Using this second method is nice for when you want additional customizability for your page layout.

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The Most Secure CMS of 2022

Why RebelMouse Is the Most Secure CMS on the Web

Delivering a secure, high-performing environment with extreme reliability is essential to all of our clients at RebelMouse. We only use industry-leading, reliable approaches to host our infrastructure. This ensures maximum stability and security for all of our clients’ data. Here are just some of the reasons we’re able to maintain a hard-bodied product that’s flexible, too.

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Google Made Major Changes to Its Formula for Page Speed. Here’s What to Do About It in 2022.
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Google Made Major Changes to Its Formula for Page Speed. Here’s What to Do About It in 2022.

Make sure your site is set up for success in 2022.

In the spring of 2020, Google let the world know that its Core Web Vitals would become the new benchmark for measuring a site's performance in its search results, known as the page experience update. Fast forward to more than a year later in August 2021 when, after much anticipation, Google's page experience update became official.

Since its rollout, developers have felt the impact of how their publishing platforms stack up against the new standard. Important decisions around the architecture of your site can now make or break your site's performance in the eyes of Google.

HTTP Archive, a tracking platform that crawls the web to identify trends and record historical patterns, has revealed how top content management systems (CMS) have weathered the page experience update through the creation of its Core Web Vitals Technology Report. RebelMouse consistently outperforms major CMS platforms on Google's most critical metrics since its rollout and into 2022:

Getting superior scores on Google's performance benchmarks isn't easy, either. The Ahrefs blog analyzed Core Web Vitals data from the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX), which is data from actual Chrome users, to see how the web stacks up against Core Web Vitals. Their study found that only 33% of sites on the web are passing Core Web Vitals.

data from Ahrefs tracked on a line chart finds that shows only 33% of sites on the web pass Google's Core Web Vitals From Ahrefs.

Luckily, performing well on Core Web Vitals is possible with thoughtful, strategic changes to your site’s codebase. Here's what you need to know and how we can help.

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