I understand why HP got rid of groups, but for those who used them correctly at least they resulted in appropriately related links at the bottom of your Hubs. Now, many of my Hubs have a hodgepodge of topics linked at the bottom in the "more by author section".
I see how this could happen when Hubbers only have one or two Hubs on a topic, but I have 9 Hubs on birding (all in the same category) and still see links to my fish Hubs in the "more by" section.
I know there is a lot going on, but is it possible for HubPages to consider ways for Hubbers to influence these links so this doesn't happen?
Would you mind posting a link to the Hub you are referring to and we'll take a look?
Sure. It seems like it is happening on all of my Hubs except the aquarium ones (most of which were moved to PetHelpful). Here are three examples:
http://hubpages.com/education/How-to-De … r-Visitors
http://hubpages.com/education/How-to-At … -Your-Yard
It looks like the first two links on each are related, but the last one is always an unrelated Hub from PetHelpful.
Thanks for checking it out!
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