The biggest advantage to me is that I can find individual hubs easier if they are broken into smaller groups. I can't imagine some of the long timers here with hundreds of hubs, trying to find a particular one.
It will also automatically give a link to one or two other hubs in the same group at the bottom of each hub.
It helps us to categorize the hubs.As small groups of hubs helps us to easy to find hubs
If a reader reads to the end of your Hub and sees a link to another of your articles on a similar topic, they may move directly to it, rather than bouncing off your page or going to another Hubber's page (through a link that is on your page). That would give you more views and potentially more opportunity for someone to click on an ad or purchase something through Amazon. And, if they like your articles they may recommend you to their friends. (That could be done with just one Hub, of course, but by leading them to others of yours, you are increasing your chances.)
Assigning your hubs to groups early on will save you a lot of time down the road when you want or need to make some updates to your hubs. If you plan on writing a lot of hubs then really consider assigning them to groups.
by Lorelei Cohen12 months ago
I have seen a few mentions of putting our articles into groups but when I went to put in a heading I found myself stopping because I wasn't sure what to put there. Do we go broad categories ie: foodie:healthOr use...
by Brie Hoffman2 years ago
Recently, I started writing again. I have over 200 hubs and I am starting to find it difficult to keep track of them. I'm looking for ideas and I'm thinking..down the road as I keep writing it's just going...
by Marina13 months ago
As mentioned in a couple of forum threads recently, Hub Groups (the "More in this Series" module on Hubs) is officially being retired. Groups were created to help Hubbers connect Hubs belonging to a series...
by Trudy Cooper2 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by belief7137 years ago
Just for fun, wondering, on average, how long does it take most Hubbers to create a Hub?I'm finding, on average, it takes me 2-3 hours to create a Hub - that includes creating the content, organizing the layout/adding...
by Disillusioned2 years ago
I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6!...
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