I've recently posted a few hub requests that are similar to the following layout:
Multi-Hub Request: Topic. Hub 1 - Subtopic 1. Hub 2 - Subtopic 2. Hub 3 - Subtopic 3. Hub 4 - Subtopic 4. Hub 5 - Subtopic 5.
The basic idea is to allow writers to "answer" the request with multiple hubs that are related (seems like I've read/heard, etc. that it'd be great for optimization.)
If you haven't seen them yet, take a look under "Requests" above.
If you'd like to add your own, go for it!
Give your fellow hubbers some ideas and a great start with their hubs!
PS. Happy Hubbing!
Yeah, its good for optimizations because you link them together. It also means each gets a page view and its own potential traffic.
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