I read that I am not allowed to have a Table of Contents Hubpage that would allow me to categorize all of my Hub pages. Is there anything I can do to group together my related Hub Pages so that they can be more easily navigable and would allow teachers to see all the unit study options that I offer and the lessons that are included? I have written about 40 unit studies for teachers. Each unit study is comprised of 3-50 individual lessons.
In case you haven't already seen it, here's another helpful thread on grouping hubs: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/124919
by Mike Russo4 years ago
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by Lionrhod2 years ago
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by Jordan2 years ago
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by Jackie Lynnley21 months ago
Should these categories be listed the same or does this give your hub a bigger viewing area? Such as a hub I wrote may be under the topic of creative writing at the top but on the side in display options/hub group I...
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