It would be cool to have a "nerdy" category. There are plenty of hubs about geek culture that are placed in various categories. It would be cool to have a nerdy/geeky category to put it in... maybe a meme category as well.
I know etsy has a category called Geekery. Maybe something like that. Just a thought.
Awesome suggestion, melbel! I love to do geek crafts myself, so something pan-nerddom-related is very appealing! I'll put on my Hat of +5 Intelligence and do some thinking about how to implement your ideas. Stay tuned and I'll get back to you about the Topics I end up creating.
Hello again, melbel, I've created a couple categories based on your suggestion. The new Topics are:
-Arts and Design>Crafts & Handiwork>Geek Crafts
-Technology>Internet and the Web>Internet Culture
-Technology>Internet and the Web>Internet Culture>Internet Memes
You should be able to move existing Hubs to those Topics and start new Hubs in them now, but new Topics don't get their own Topic Pages on the site until they have at least 15 featured Hubs in them. The nice thing is that if you help us fill up those Topics, your Hubs will most likely show up on the first page when the 15-Hub threshold is reached. >^. .^<
I'm alerting Christy Kirwan, our venerable Topics Queen. She'll take care of it!
Thanks for the awesometastic suggestion, melbel.
Daaaaamn, skillet! That was way fast. Thanks!
Edit: Oh, I'm seeing two categories under technology:
internet trends and culture
by getpaidtopost 6 years ago
now I have studied seo for about 10 year now and i know why the majority of hubbers have been penalized by googles new update. the problem is with the subdomain names and categories. ill show you google looks for subdomains and list them as a niche or category. now when hubbers stick to the same...
by mike202 6 years ago
Can you put all the religious, theology, atheist, etc.. stuff on a separate site, give it their own tab/page or something so the rest of us don't have to be hit in the face with it every time we come to hubpages.
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
I've noticed that there are some missing categories on HubPages. I'm hoping this is something that can be addressed so as to enable hubs which have transferred to cluster in a more appropriate wayCan I suggest we try and highlight the new categories that we'd like to see added.
by May Galnou 6 years ago
Hi, I can't help thinking that it would be helpful to have the option for hubs to be linked to more than one category if necessary. For example, I wrote a review on a book about the TV show Mad Men. However, I was torn about which category to allocate this hub too. I ended up...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 5 years ago
Why put Religion and Philosophy in the same category?I want to filter out religious posts from my forum page but I am very interested in philosophy.Besides...Many philosophers were and are against religion, what are religion and philosophy doing in the same basket?_________________I have in front...
by mlowell 7 years ago
what about a motorcycle and riding gear category instead of just the different motocycles?
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