I'm taking a guess here and think the "Related Hubs" links are chosen based on the keywords within the hub on which they appear. Is that correct? If so, is there any way other than rewriting a hub to get those changed. I wrote a hub about how the English language should be the focus of what is learned in the United States, but all of the links are to hubs about how to learn Spanish. Or this going to be one of those things like the ads that I'm going to be stuck with?
I was told to send examples to team@hubpages when I mentioned that the quality of the hubs I was seeing listed in RH was low. What I learned is that my standards of quality are higher than the standards used by the raters. I don't think it was worth my time, but i got a short reply saying that they will be working to improve the RH listings. Hopefully that will save you the trouble.
I believe that the hub must be placed in the correct group in order for the correct related hubs to show up. Just my experience.
I just read an automotive repair article that had two columns of weight loss hub titles..
Titles seem to be a key factor in the algorithm that chooses the discover more hubs section, and the title of your hub has the phrase "learn spanish."
I've always thought if the discover more section is filled titles that aren't yours, then it's probably better that they're unrelated. Fewer tempting exits for readers means they're more likely to click on an ad, or one of the "previous" and "next" hubs in your hub group.
by Eugene Brennan 14 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub which may be very relevant to the specific content in a section of a hub, if it...
by Marcy Goodfleisch 3 years ago
Do you have ideas on ways HP could improve the site or its usability in the coming year? No flaming, please; hoping to have some serious and helpful suggestions for staff to consider.Please share your ideas on: - How the site can improve Google rankings? - How the site can drive...
by Carolee Samuda 3 years ago
So I'm replying to a comment on my hub and upon scrolling through the hub (I always check for errors or how I can improve), I see the related hubs section. There are five hubs there including one of mine. What immediately got my attention is that the other four hubs has "editors choice"...
by Kay 4 years ago
I have a question for you. Is there any way to block hubs on the 'Related Hubs' section? For example, I have a page that talks about my experience with the hCG diet and points out that it is not only dangerous but illegal too. Then, you scroll down my page and, look, a bunch of...
by Lorelei Cohen 2 years 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 keywords for each group title.ie: food: recipes, cooking, preserving Or niche...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Hello everyone!Thanks so much for all the feedback you've provided regarding the new Hub design. We've taken it to heart and have rolled out two updates to the design:1. If you put your Hubs into a Group, the Hub featured in the top right sidebar will be the next Hub in that Group2. The footer will...
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