My latest dilemma in deciding in which section to post my hub was with my hub regarding teens buying their first vehicle. I ended up putting it in the Family/Parenting section under Teens. I put it there because I thought it might get more traffic since it directly related to teens. On the other hand, it could have gone in the Auto section under Buying/Selling vehicles. I'd like to know your opinion - where would you have posted it?
I did one similar to that and used Family/Parenting/Teens Yours is about buying a vehicle so Auto section would see more appropriate. You can always try one for awhile and if traffic is poor use the other.
I think I'd have put it under 'Car Buying Guides'. After all, the hub is about buying cars, whether for teens or not, so that's where people seeking advice on buying cars are probably most likely to look. But, on the other hand, I do understand why the 'Teens' category might be appropriate.
I looked under 'explore', 'hubs', and decided on this:
Personal Finance - Financial Planning - Money Management for Young People
There was someone else who did this too. I did not look through all of them.
Too many subdivisions cause this confusion. So better to put in "Automobile" session and if needed may change to sub sessions.
Thanks so much for all your responses. This isn't the first time I've had this dilemma so I didn't know if others struggled with it as much as I do. I'm thinking I may do the suggestion of try one, then move it if traffic is poor. I appreciate your thoughts on where to post it - I'll have an idea where to go with it when moving.
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