How do you guys select which categories to post under? I find it hard to narrow it down.
Categories have many subcategories, so you need to browse through them to see which fits your topic the best. Sometimes getting a good fit is difficult, but now that the niches are up and running, categories don't matter as much any more because if one of your articles is chosen, the team will place it where they feel it should go.
Try searching for other Hubs on the same topic as your own and see which categories they've chosen.
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
Is it possible to run this as a thread for suggestions for categories missing from the existing category listFor example - any chance of an "Art Business & Marketing" category under Arts and Design?
by sriparna6 years ago
Is there a way to add some categories or sub categories, because the categories and sub categories already provided are not sufficient and in keeping with the vast range of topics one can write on? Do we have that...
by larryfreeman8 years ago
As I mentioned in a previous announcement, categories are coming to HubPages.Here is the planned breakdown of the Books & Entertainment CategoryBooks & Entertainment (Top Level)* Books & Magazines (now...
by hobsdv8 years ago
I am starting this thread for vategory suggestions on www.blogatiser.com this will make it easier for me to find all the suggestions rather than browse through the original thread about this website.
by Whitney7 years ago
I'm sorry that I have so many questions about the category placements.How is "Health Restrictions" an ethic or tradition in the food category? Would it be better fit with the Health category that is already...
by Whitney7 years ago
To make it more organized and easier to find stuff, could all the recipe categories be put togetherFood > Recipes >Beverage recipesBreakfast recipesDessert recipesMain dish recipesSide dish recipesQuick and easy...
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