I must confess, I still have one final hub to categorize.
I haven't categorized it because
1. I don't think it fits nicely into any category and
2. I'm afraid it will lose traffic if I categorize it.
It's my shoplifting hub and...er...let's just say it's getting some really good traffic.
So does anyone have a category suggestion for it?
And has anyone had experience where categorizing a hub either increased or decreased traffic?
Thanks Larry! And do you know what impact this will have (negative/positive) on the traffic I'm seeing?
by Trsmd8 years ago
Just few hours back when I Logged In I got the message that my Hubs have not been categorized..Have you did that and what are all the benefits by doing so? Will it increase the traffic?
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