I've been on HubPages since last September (I'm a Squidoo transplant) and have wondered off and on about how to group hubs. I've searched in the learning center numerous times, but haven't found what I was looking for.
Thank you Hub staff for the email this week explaining how to group hubs. It still took me a while to find the proper tabs, but I finally did and got my related hubs grouped. It has seems to have boosted traffic some to have the related hubs listed on each individual hub.
For the info of those with lots of hubs. If you go here: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/groups you can create groups and drag hubs into them with your mouse
by Marina23 months 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...
by Sherry Venegas3 years ago
Under the Account Tab is a Subtab called GROUPS. Put all your hubs into tightly related groups. They show up at the bottom of the Hub for readers to click on. This is in addition to the RElated HUbs list that some think...
by Lorelei Cohen22 months ago
I have seen a few mentions of putting our articles into groups but when I went to put in a heading I found myself stopping because I wasn't sure what to put there. Do we go broad categories ie: foodie:healthOr use...
by Carolee Samuda3 years ago
So I'm replying to a comment on my hub and upon scrolling through the hub (I always check for errors or how I can improve), I see the related hubs section. There are five hubs there including one of mine. What...
by Liz Elias7 years ago
Hi- I've been unable to find the answer to this. Maybe it's already answered, but unfortunately, I don't have hours available to sort through thousands of posts searching. In creating...
by Michele Kelsey4 years ago
I've seen many times that you should group your hubs into catagories. Why?What is the benefit to groups? Who sees them?
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