Is there a way to create a grouping of hubs if you want to write on specific topics (e.g. Jewish Mysticism, Psychology in the News, etc) such that your hubs aren't just listed in the order you publish them in?
As Marisa mentioned, we used to have a feature that allowed writers to do this, but we want to encourage stand-alone resources rather than articles in a series, so we no longer offer this option. Since readers are much more likely to read your articles individually by landing on them from Google or other search engines, it's best to have each article make sense on its own and completely cover the particular aspect you are dealing with in that article. This doesn't mean we discourage multiple articles on similar subjects. Just that articles shouldn't depend on one another to make sense.
Here's a good example: If you want to write about cat grooming, instead of writing articles like "All About Cat Grooming Part 1," "All About Cat Grooming Part 2," etc, we recommend structuring the articles by subject like so: "All About Cat Grooming: Teeth Cleaning & Dental Care," "All About Cat Grooming: A Complete Guide to Brushing the Fur," etc.
There used to be, but not any longer.
The best plan is to make your Hubs the best they can be, then they will be picked up and moved to the niche sites!
Thanks. So I'm working on a group of fiction stories used to demonstrate different psychological processes like rapport building, the first interview, etc.). If I give them different titles and have maybe a few sentences to say what came before so it can stand alone, does that work?
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
I have a suggestion I feel would be very useful for many of us, as well as helping readers find certain of our hubs.Since we have recently been assigned "subdomains," this would be a similar but (I think) simpler process.I am speaking of a way to have a group of hubs under a sub-head, so...
by Tim Mitchell 4 years ago
Do you group your hubs?I have been looking closer at writing more hubs while seeking to narrow the topic. I have with answers explored that seeking others views and experience. I question if the topic is as much the niche as well as having a niche article. With that in mind some questions come to...
by bluestandish 8 years ago
how do I group MY Hubs. I want to have related articles grouped in a sort of folder on hubpages. to make it a lot more easy for readers to navigate the hubs.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 7 years ago
Does large Hubs attract more visitors than smaller ones?
by DNemesis 8 years ago
Alright, so in an effort to improve both traffic and conversions, we should explore whatever myths or curiosities some of us may have. People have often said that an article's length defines quality, at least to the search engines. Personally, i dont believe any of it. Sure, the more words you have...
by Nell Rose 2 weeks ago
I am pretty insulted. Sorry, but it had to be said. I had written an article on here that had done really well. In fact, it was one of my top earners. I went to answer a comment on it, and I stared at it for at least five minutes. I no longer recognised it! The photos had been changed, the writing...
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