I am assigning my hubs to groups, and I wonder if it is possible to have hubs in more than one group at a time? I don't see any way of doing this, but perhaps I am missing something.
For example, I have a group for food and a group for Halloween. I have a couple of hubs containing recipes for Halloween treats. That would fit in both groups, but as far as I can tell, I have to pick one. Am I correct?
by Imogen French6 years ago
What advantage is there to assigning your hubs to a "group"?I have just discovered the "group" tab when creating new hubs, where you can put hubs into custom groups according to subject matter. Is...
by Barbara Badder3 years ago
My suggestion is to use referral links to the pages of other writers and share this with friends on social media that would like them or share with Yahoo groups that like the subject. This will help Hubpages, the other...
by Shadesbreath7 years ago
So I started a blogger blog today to track the progress of my self-publishing adventure (disaster?) and my friends are telling me that they can't follow/subscribe.I looked on my screen and it shows a follow button, but...
by Christen Roberts Comer7 years ago
I've only made 4 cents total, according to adsense. I know the process can be slow, and I know it will take a lot more hubs to get any sort of steady increase... but is 4 cents really all I've made so far? Can somebody...
by Eaglekiwi8 years ago
For example if one of my groups is 'Food' and I click my 'How to make easy Pumpkin Soup' to go there , shouldnt it go there and stay there?Same with other nominated catergories, they wont or dont link all up?Ive read HP...
by gconeyhiden6 years ago
Im wondering why hubs cant be uploaed like photos from our files.
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