Tag Clouds – A tag cloud is an optional navigation feature that you can add to the sidebar or footer of your blog. And depending on how many times a tag is re-used, it will appear larger or smaller in size within the cloud. Tags clouds may look a little strange well. I happen to like how they look), but they do provide visitors with a quick and easy way to navigate within the greater categories on your blog for more specific topics. This is especially useful if you have a lot of content on your site.
Since it’s so important that post tags should be concise and
uniform, try making use of “most used tags” rather than continuously creating new and redundant tags for the same topic. i.e. you wrote a post about “How to use WhatsApp on PC” and tagged it with “WhatsApp on pc“. You still wrote another post on “Problems & Solutions about Using WhatsApp on PC” and you give a tag “problem on whatsapp pc” it would be better to firstly tag the post to “whatsapp on pc” you have created before since it’s still talking about WhatsApp on PC and then you may later add more tags.
will auto-correct or make all tags upper case (but not necessarily in the cloud), you will find that it’s best to tag uniformly and stick to it – and for a number of reasons.
Now, that may have been a ridiculous example, but I am sure you got through it easy enough. Tags create traffic, and traffic increases your SEO ranking. So having useful (and not overdone) tag navigation will increase traffic flow on your site, reduce the number of people who come for one article, and then leave (we all hate that, don’t we?).