When you go into your statistics page there will be ways to filter your hubs. One of the filters is by article group. There should be a link titled "edit groups". Click on that then click the button "add new group". You can titles anything you want. Once you have saved the group, go lower on the page where it says "assign hubs to groups". Drag the hubs and put them under the group you want. They automatically save once they've been moved.
You can assign as many hubs as you want to a group. At the bottom of a hub that's in a group there will be tabs leading the reader to two of your other hubs in the same group. I think it will help increase traffic among the same group.
the initial confusion i had with groups was that I thought the groups were a means to link to your other similar topics but I learned that topics is the correct way to link to other similar material...cheers
At the bottom of each hub, there are two of your own hubs that are linked. By assigning them to groups, you can give your reader a chance to see another hub you have written on a related topic. As far as I know, there is no limit to the number of groups that you use, but of course, you want to try to get related hubs together, and keep your reader on as many pages as possible.
I don't know if I am not seeing how to do this or if the feature is currently unavailable. When I create groups for my hubs, I would like to have the possibility of assigning a hub to more than one group.
I have seen a few mentions of putting our articles into groups but when I went to put in a heading I found myself stopping because I wasn't sure what to put there. Do we go broad categories ie: foodie:healthOr use...
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any...