I am working on a hub that is not quite ready to be published. I noticed that in the right hand lower corner, Hubpages lists "Related Hubs". I find one of these to be offensive, and I don't want it apeparing on my hubpage when I publish. How can I remove the offending hub from the list of "Related Hubs"? Or is there a way to remove the "Related Hubs" box altogether?
I have found that careful key-wording has often put hubs that are truly related on my page... but they often don't show until after it is published. The initial ones, shown in the preview, are based on the category, as far as I can tell.
That would probably just draw more attention to it. Aya has a good point here. I have encountered this problem before.
The related hubs currently shown in hubs are the 'best hubs' coming from the category page, previously they were picked from 'best hubs' of tag pages.
I think you may be right. Aya, try to look into this
Great question - will carefully rewording of title have an effect on related hubs? It certainly has big effect on your hub score...
It is possible that rewording your title might change the 'relevant hubs' section. I think, however, that the tags you use are what is causing them to show up - take a quick look at the hubs that are suggested to see if your tags are listed.
My personal approach to offensive hubs is to spoof the rat-crap out of them and ridicule them horribly with sarcasm and levity. Don't hide from them, expose them, gut them and empty them of their power to offend.
Try changing the wordings of your tags. But if you can't beat them then you may intelligently have to try Shadesbreath style.
Well, with the abundance of categories we have currently on HP, I think you can always find one around that may be not the best fit but still match your hub, and at the same time won't have the controversial hubs you are talking about.
That said, I personally grew tired of reacting to such things, and live peacefully with idiotic ads and related hubs. Those who can tell the difference - will, those who can't won't anyway
Good question! Does anyone know the answer?
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