I have now written three hubs on Austrian food and drink. I plan to write many more but was wondering if IU could create a kind of index hub. Wherein I would add links to each new hubpage I create. Would this be frowned on as it would be nothing more than links to other hubs?
Thanks in advance
The index Hub would be somewhat superfluous; it's most useful to link to those other Hubs from each Hub where they're relevant, and to put them in a Hub Group, so links to Hubs within the group can be found at the end of each Hub.
More on Hub Groups here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Hub-Groups
I totally agree with Simone. I've done this and it works just fine! I read it up when I was really new to Hubpages, and was able to figure out how to put my Hubs into groups. Then I went back and edited them all! Plus I planned my writing so as not to have "orphan" Hubs that I couldn't stick together somehow. Very happy with this tool!
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