What's the best thing to do when none of the hub categories really work for the subject of your hub?
I just started a new hub and I'm pretty sure I checked every possibility, but nothing really fits. I went through the list three times.
Should I just pick the next closest category and then use keywords to cover the rest?
It's not necessary for a Hub to have a category that is an absolute perfect match. Having just a first tier or second tier category does just fine.
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