My Hubs are about CCTV and surveillance in the U.K. and while the tele-tubbies may have gotten their start on U.K. television, I hardly think that makes a hub about them related to mine! It's really ridiculous to look over at the related hubs section and see the comparison especially when it's based only on the fact that the U.K. is mentioned in their hub. Can we get for real here?
wow....that is pretty strange. I just looked at the keyword similarities between the two hubs and the only keyword that I saw in common was "u.k", that is hardly enough to make it related! It must be a few other words in the articles, such as television, u.k, technology, (antenna, maybe?)
That's really strange, though, because I have a few hubs that don't automatically have related content on the side. I've always assumed this was attributed to the fact that there aren't enough related keywords for these particular hubs.
Really weird! Usually stuff is pretty relevant. I guess there is a first for everything.
Maybe those Tele Tubbies are involved in activities to which unsuspecting, ordinary, citizens are not privvy. (I've never quite trusted them.)
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