who decides what a "related hub" is?
A)how to turn women on... B)decision making in relationships...C) start an artisian cheese buiness... ....wtf? artisianal cheese buisnes? the only way i can put those three things together is just sick!
Great question. I don't know the answer, but imagine that a computer generated program does this automatically from the TAGS, Title and related category.
I have no idea who does it, but I am laughing, and I can always use a good laugh. Thanks for sharing that one with me
W. K. Hayes The tags determines which hubs are, related to each other. Unfortunately, and I am guilty of this, folks will use tags that Google Adwords suggests with no regard for the tags actually belonging to anything within their article.
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I think HP has this little program that picks up certain key words and decides it's a related hub.
Interesting! I've never thought about it, but I'm positive it's automated from the tags. Most of my hubs related hubs are actually related though!
by glynch14 years ago
Currently I have several very good hubs that you are not featuring despite my having made significant additions to them. Rather than just send me the form letter/email telling me they are not going to be featured, why...
by Randy Godwin5 years ago
I've just noticed something which concerns me a bit and wondered if it is something new or not. The related hubs, listed on my highest trafficked hub in my best niche, only have one hub which fits the description...
by Helen Laxner5 years ago
Before the day is over!
by Jean Bakula6 years ago
I have a Hub, "How To Be Your Own Astrologer." I have two links at the bottom, and checked them, they are both working, although the hub is flagged. I did not even use a computer generated horoscope to explain...
by Dale Hyde5 years ago
I posted this in the "Need Help:Ask Here" Topic and it was suggested that I post it here as it seems that others are having the same problem, no matter the tweaking of the tags on our hubs."I have been...
by Kmadhav4 years ago
In my Hubs all links are Do-follow but when I started this community all links are no-follow.Can anyone tells me how Hub pages decides Do-follow and no-follow links in hubs ?
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