I'm wondering how HubPages picks the related questions and related hubs they put on the individual hubs pages. Some of them really tickle my funny-bone - like the question "What has worked for you to help you manage your anxiety disorder" on KevCC's blog about coffee tables.
And on that same page is “How to grow Avacados Indoors and Out” in the Related Hubs box.
I love it. I don't want anything about HubPages to change - I just think there's a whole new category of HubPages errata or whatever they call it.
It truly is a wonderful place of ponies and candy icicles
by Brian7 years ago
Name things that sound alike but have different meanings. Can include more than one word. I'll start.underwear...clothing and under where? The question.Corn...a vegetable. and Corn...as in something funny and stupid.
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Last week, we announced on the HubPages blog that we are giving Hubs a makeover, and that the new Hub layout will be first tested in the Fashion and Beauty category.I am happy to say that the change is now live! Stop by...
by kab3 years ago
At the bottom of the lens it has related hubs. Is there a way to exclude some hubs from showing there, or to encourage better (more related) ones by limiting the category or using keywords or hand picking them or...
by Carolee Samuda2 years ago
So I'm replying to a comment on my hub and upon scrolling through the hub (I always check for errors or how I can improve), I see the related hubs section. There are five hubs there including one of mine. What...
by Dr. John Anderson5 years ago
The new layout explodes the prominence of the related hubs images down the right side of the page. This image appears before all the ads, apart from the Google adsense ad above the title. Related hubs get an absolutely...
by Helen Laxner5 years ago
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