I published a hub today about parrots. When I published, the related hubs show Brazilian wax, Brazilian movies, and some parrot hubs by other authors. Last year I published an article about "How to exercise your parrot" but it is not showing up as related.
You can always put it as your "Previous" hub if you place it under the same topic as your other hub and it will show up under your latest hub. Seems like I've seen some of my own hubs show up under my hub too.
Thanks relache. Usually there are two of mine, as well as the other hubbers articles on there. Are the "related hubs" under your hubs always from others?
In categories where there are not many other hubs to choose from, my own hubs will often show up as related hubs, assuming, of course, they are actually related. If I write on a topic which has lots of articles, usually the related hubs are from other authors.
There have definitely been periods here at HP when the related hubs algo was glitchy, and would latch onto a key word whether or not it was relevant to an article. In your case, for example, the word "Brazilian." An article about parrots would have related hubs about bikini waxing and tourist destinations but not any about parrots, birds, or pets. I'm not saying that there is a glitch at the moment, but it has happened before.
I think the glitch is back in town. I guess I need to look up a hub on how to throw a welcome back party for your favorite glitch.
I just checked about four or five of my own hubs, and all of them had relevant related hubs shown. I also checked some of yours, including the Brazilian Parrot Names hub, and it now has all related hubs about parrots. Looks like the glitch is gone, or could it just be you are somehow having different elated hubs show up than I am?
Thanks, I just checked mine. All parrots, and I never did get around to reading how to get a Brazilian bikini wax in DC! Even if my hub is not on there, I am not going to complain anymore.
(So now I need to do another search and find a good "glitch going-away party." The fun never ends.)
Did you add your new Hub to the group with the other parrot hub?
I had forgotten this and did it so that it would show up on "previous-next". It still does not show up as a related hub though.
Recently I've discovered that not only do you need to select the proper group on the hub itself under display options while in edit mode, then, you need to go into (MyAccount, Groups) under a like category, and physically drag the hub either above or below your other hubs that you want to see at the bottom of yours.
Related hubs by other authors generally show up below the two with pictures that are yours that way.
It was hard to find the answer in the FAQ because the name of the feature has changed, but admin has let that section get really out-dated.
Go into edit mode and check your display options to see whether you selected a choice for a group.
I already had, but the bot was still picking "Brazilian bikini wax in DC" as a related hub.Since last night though it has switched to all parrot hubs, which in my mind, at least, are a little more related.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 4 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 Eugene Brennan 16 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 Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Last week, we announced on the HubPages blog that we are giving Hubs a makeover, and that the new Hub layout will be first tested in the Fashion and Beauty category.I am happy to say that the change is now live! Stop by some Fashion and Beauty Hubs to see it live.One thing you'll notice about this...
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...
by summerclark7387 5 years ago
I'm finishing up a Hub I've been working on for like 4-5 days now, and I realize that I could probably separate it into 2 because it has become more in depth than I thought. I'm feeling really good about it, and I think it will be a good article, but I wonder if it is becoming too long. ...
by Kerri Bee 4 years ago
At the bottom of the lens it has related hubs. Is there a way to exclude some hubs from showing there, or to encourage better (more related) ones by limiting the category or using keywords or hand picking them or something?For example, my lens on a simple wooden toy is getting horror movies...
Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|