Would it not make more sense to list topics in a column at the side of the "Explore Hubs" pages, at least on the desktop version of the site? There's no advertising in the grey space at the left or right, so this wouldn't be an issue. It would avoid the need for a user to scroll to the top of a page, every time they want to select a new topic. Perhaps the idea of having text at the top is so that for the casual browser who's never visited the site before, a collection of topics appear in their central vision and it catches their eye. Maybe a fancy header image with a collage of topics would look nice (nothing OTT), with actual clickable links in a column at the left.
by Greensleeves Hubs5 years ago
Where is the List of Topic categories on HubPages?Can anyone tell me where the complete list of topic categories has disappeared to on HubPages? It is no longer to be found under 'explore' in the menu at the top of the...
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts6 years ago
Hi I noticed recently that when hubs are listed in the Google search results the 2nd link doesn't got to the hub but to the category page - for example: You can see the tumblr page has the normal double link to the...
by John Hansen4 years ago
I'm just wondering what is the requirement or advice on how to get your hubs ranked higher on the 'topic' search (explore hub) pages. I have 86 hubs all featured, but most are not within the first 5 or 6 pages of the...
by Eugene Brennan2 years ago
Would it not make more sense to list hub topics in a column at the side of the "Explore Hubs" pages? At least in the desktop version of the site? There's no advertising in the grey space at the left or right,...
by Janis Leslie Evans5 years ago
Are the rankings of our featured hubs on the topics pages precursors to how well our hubs will rank on google pages? For example, if I write a stellar hub on gala apples that lands in the #1 slot on the "All...
by Abby Campbell4 years ago
Just want to let you know that when I click on pages 2, 3, 4..... NEXT, the pages are not showing any hubs. Only the header and left panel (menus) are showing.
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