Has anybody had several hubs that cover different facets of the same topic and combined them into one big hub? I have several hubs that cover different aspects of turmoil and conflicts in the middle east and I would like to combine them into one big hub that covers all the different aspects from beginning to where we are currently. It would be much like a book with chapters. Having separate hubs, causes readers to read information out of context, especially when it deals with complex cause and effect issues.
I would caution against it. Hubs that are over a certain size might not get the readership you desire. Although gettting information out of context can be a hazard, I would opt more for the "Part 1, Part 2..." format over book-sized hubs. Your hubs are complex but easy to understand. You convey the information in a very readable fashion. I think a max range for quality hubs is between 5000 and 6000 words.
Here's a recent HubPages Newsletter that offers advice on when (and how) to split up a Hub vs. when to create one long Hub. Hopefully it will be of some help!
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
Hello hubbers. I have three related hubs, parts 1 to 3. Part 3 is the one getting most of the traffic. Part 2 hardly get's any at all even though they are linked. The word count when combined would be 2873 but given that it's a travel hub with lots of info I was wondering if I should just combine...
by Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
Recently Calculus-Geometry mentioned that when you change your topic category, a hub's URL changes to match it. I did not know this, so have been going back to check and realign my categories.While doing this, I noticed that I had a few articles that were very similar, so I ...
by Tanya Jones 3 years ago
I have a few hubs that aren't doing well at all. Since they are along a similar theme, I was thinking of combining them to one hub then shift the focus to the general topic and add more info on that. Has anyone else tried this?Edit: I would of course delete the old hubs as they no longer serve a...
by Deborah Turner 7 years ago
Is there a way to combine several hub pages together? I have 3 and would rather have them all in one place.
by Paper Moon 9 years ago
I think we could use more peace and understanding, less tolerating of governments, political and religious extremists and news media pushing us farther apart. I am suggesting a peace ring where people from around the world do a hub on peace and link together. Thoughts?
by summerberrie 5 years ago
I've been flagging these low quality but high traffic hubs all night. In order to make decent hubbers jobs easier can you clean these out in one swoop or at least do away with the sexy photo topic page and stop featuring these hubs:<snipped>Thank you in advance.
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