Would it be possible to introduce a new sub-category WITHIN the "Arts and Design" Category
The new sub-category I'd like to see is for "Art Business & Marketing".
I've already written at least 20 hubs which could be recategorised to this sub-category immediately. At the moment I have to leave them hanging at the highest level in Art & Design as there is nothing remotely relevant within the existing range of sub-categories.
I also know of a number of other hubbers who have written hubs which would be very relevant to this sub-category if introduced - and who I'd like to see included in it also.
The reason for asking for the sub-category within "Arts & Design" is because the content of the hubs I write (and those of other hubbers) is written for and is directly relevant to people who are artists or craftspeople.
The hubs are NOT generic business stuff - which is why I won't categorise them outside "Arts & Design".
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