by Kylyssa Shay 4 years ago
Why aren't the "related hubs" at the bottom of hubs actually related?Have you ever noticed that the "related hubs" at the bottom of hubs are not often related at all to the hubs they are on? Many are not even in the same category, i.e. a hub in the Books, Literature, and Writing...
by Steve Andrews 10 years ago
I have noticed that whilst the majority of hubs get 'Related Hubs' some do not and wonder why this is.I have a recent hub about singer-songwriter Maria Daines and how she writes songs for animal rights and has supported the world famous singer Pink and I would have thought there were bound to be...
by Alison Graham 8 years ago
I have found that on a hub about Trade Exhibitions and Exhibition stands, the related questions filed has "what do you do to stop yourself laughing at inappropriate moments" and "how to write a standup comedy routine" similar, inappropriate items are in my other two hubs on a...
by skyfire 8 years ago
We have related hubs, forums and question columns in the right hand sidebar on every hub that we post. Many times you can see that related hubs are not at all related to the theme of our hubs.I think this damages most of the hubs. (I know these images are not good example but i'm just giving hint...
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
I have just published a hub about my friend the Internet legend for chemtrail-debunking, the scientist and artist JazzRoc and the article discusses chemtrails, contrails, Tenerife, music, permaculture and science but not a mention about "hot Indian women,"or "hot actress photos"...
by kelleyward 6 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it again to Twitter or Facebook? Or is this a bad idea. Also if so then how long...
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