I see that I can create groups. What are these groups for and why do I need to create them?
At the bottom of a Hub, it shows the Hub before and after that Hub in the group. So, groups are a way to link Hubs, like internal linking of your subdomain. Longer visitor stays on your subdomain, the better. You can link related Hubs this way.
by Liz Elias 3 years ago
I have a suggestion regarding the hub groups.Once we have a large number of hubs, and find that we may have gotten distracted, and forgotten to add a group category to a new hub, it is cumbersome to do so after the fact.The list of "orphan hubs" is way at the bottom, and having to...
by Karen Hellier 5 years ago
Do you have more than one Hub Page account?Do you have more than 1 account to write on in Hub Pages? And if so, why?
by Marina 2 years ago
As mentioned in a couple of forum threads recently, Hub Groups (the "More in this Series" module on Hubs) is officially being retired. Groups were created to help Hubbers connect Hubs belonging to a series (e.g., a Hub with multiple parts), making it easy for readers to access the other...
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
I was tweaking my groups, and adding my "orphan hubs" into their proper groups, and decided I neede a new group. I created said group, but was unable to move the article into it. It "stuck" at the group just above at the bottom of the list,...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
I wish… That groups were wraparound.In other words:When a visitor goes to a hub that is at one end of the group, the visitor is still given 2 links: the hub next to the current hub, and the hub at the other end of the group.Even better would be if we were given the option to set the group as...
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
The new design is linking to NEVER PUBLISHED hubs which are a work in progress while in "Published" mode.So, when I'm logged in my hub "Great British Sculpture, Sculptors and Land Artists" http://makingamark.hubpages.com/hub/Gre … nd-Artists the 'Previous' link at the...
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