When choosing a category for your new hub being specific or generic is better for traffic?
It is best to use a generic category to begin with and once you establish/publish the hub and all keywords are inputted, then you could change it to a more specific category, so as to be more targeted.
by nightnight4 years ago
Hi everyone I'm quite a new member to HubPages. So far I love it, there is a great community of writers and I feel that publishing a article is really easy and fun to do. However I spent some time exploring the forum to...
by Kylyssa Shay13 months ago
I recently noticed that I hadn't changed the category of a few of my hubs that had been moved from Squidoo since that move. I saw the issue when I was updating hubs that weren't getting any or many views. I changed...
by Becki Rizzuti7 years ago
I have a headache, which means that I'm probably going to be doing less work for the rest of the day and more resting with my knitting and watching TV with my daughter. We're both hit hard by allergies at the moment,...
by Aleza5 years ago
Does anyone else ever struggle with choosing a topic category for their Hubs? I know this seems like a simple, brainless task, but sometimes I struggle between two very different topic categories. For instance, I wrote...
by Dave Hatton3 years ago
Hi Helpers. I have been posting all my hubs to a MICRO TOPIC within home & garden...all featured ...but all with single digit 24 hr views.The first time I posted to a more general SUB TOPIC (home improvement)...
by Whitney7 years ago
Why are there two different categories for cookware?One is in food > Kitchen Equipment & Cookware and the other is in Home and Family > Kitchen > Cookware
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