I have 2 hubs, and have grouped them together. For some reason, my second hub doesn't show up...
anywhere on the first page. In fact, I can't find it at all if I'm not logged in. It is published, but is acting like it's not. What gives??
Hubs don't always necessarily show up on the first page. It depends on how well the hub is doing in a particular topic. I found both of your hubs just fine. Don't worry about it.
by Crystal Tatum 6 years ago
When do hubs get grouped together?I thought that once you published fifteen hubs, HubPages automatically grouped hubs together - at least that's what I was told when I asked this question before. But even though I have several hubs in the same category, I don't have any groups showing up on my...
by Imogen French 6 years ago
What advantage is there to assigning your hubs to a "group"?I have just discovered the "group" tab when creating new hubs, where you can put hubs into custom groups according to subject matter. Is there an advantage to this feature, eg increased traffic, or is it just for your...
by Pamela N Red 4 years ago
Is there a way to find out if my hubs have too many Amazon items grouped together?As far as I can tell I have to click on the edit icon. I was wondering if in my settings there is a way to go through these without having to open and check each article.
by David 470 6 years ago
Does anyone know the highest number of hubs published on one account? I saw someone that had over 1000 hubs! I also recall a hubber who has 2500 hubs! That is just insane - especially if they wrote on multiple niches!The success stories say some people make $1000+/monthly, but I believe the people...
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
Is it true that topics on your profile page will be grouped by HubPages? I don't have to?
by hbentleymom 6 years ago
If you have hubs that go together then do you publish all at once? What works better?
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