I signed up this weekend, and I've created two hubs. Both are reviews of old NES games (I have shelves and shelves full of classic games, and I plan to review them all) and I've linked them to my blog using the widget tool. The thing is, as far as I can tell, the widget can't be set to display certain, specific hubs or groupings of hubs. It just displays them all.
I was thinking about branching out to other topics, (I work in mortgages for a living, and folks could use some advice) but I'd like to be able to keep the topics in separate widgets for clarity if at all possible. Is there a way to accomplish this?
I apologize in advance if this is a total noob question. If you want to see what I'm talking about, my blog is at http://thepeterjohnson.blogspot.com/ The widget is situated to the upper-left side.
Thanks for reading this!
As far as I know, the widget is set to display latest hubs and can't be changed.
What you could do, is open a new account on HP with a username more suited to your mortgages theme, and then you will have a separate widget to add to a mortgage blog if you have one.
That's right, that's the way it works.
You can use a "Feed" gadget in your sidebar instead. Insert your RSS feed using a tag, and you'll get a constantly updated list of your Hubs on that subject.
For instance, if I wanted to feature a list of my dance Hubs, I would insert the Feed gadget and paste in:
http://hubpages.com/author/Marisa+Wrigh … atest/?rss
i.e. the sequence is:
Edit: I forgot an important bit! You must choose a tag to add to each of your Hubs on that topic.
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