It seems that since the "Breadcrumb" has changed, my hub traffic dropped. Is there a way that I can change my "Breadcrumb" on my hub?
I have searched the areas for my hub and can not locate them.
Any and all help would be great for this newbie.
Breadcrumbs didn't work for Hansel and Gretal, either. Is this about the heirarchical subject line >> >> > or another name for "tags"? We used to select our own tags, but the powers-that-be decided they should be automated.
In many or most cases, I think the powers are right. Some bizarre choices do often appear, however.
Thank you for your reply.
The Breadcrumbs are what is at the top of the Hub to show how you got there like the one in my K Mart not honoring replacement warranty at the top it has my Phyl>> Business and Employment > Customer Service that is the Breadcrumb you can click on any of the links and it will take you back to that section.
Since this was changed I no longer can find my (so far) 2 hubs.
That is why I was asking if there is a way that I can change the breadcrumb on my hub so that it can be found again.
I am fine with, as you say, powers-that-be after all they have a successful site here.
thank you again I will look for you, if you don't mind, and read up maybe I can get some good pointers from your work, if its ok with you?
Thanks for the information on the crumbs-- I get it, a trail that leads back home or (the other way) into the woods.
I'm still not sure what you are looking for-- can you find your hubs by going to your account --the pull down menu under your name at the top? Maybe I am not understanding.
No need to ask permission to read other people's hubs... we all want readers, and are glad to have more.
I called a friend and they said when they put the titles of the 2 hubs in the search they don't come up. I can see them in my account and profile, just not in the search. I am thinking if I unpublished them then republished maybe that would help.
Unpublishing and publishing will not help you. You have to wait for Google to find the hub. there is a way for you to notify them of the hub, but I simply wait.
If you unpublished a hub and then republish it, I wonder if you could prove your date if someone stole it. They do say it is bad to unpublish hubs. I have done it to do major editing but won't do it again.
Phyl, you are welcome. We all keep learning every day. We're all in this together.
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