How can I divide one huge hub into two hubs? Is there a good way of doing it besides cut + paste?
My hub has gotten enormous - it's actually two hubs. How can I split the Siamese twins in the easiest, less painful way? S.O.S.!
Hi Euro...I am currently faced with the same problem...my story is divided into three parts now...I hope to god I'm half way through...so maybe a total of four parts? I am employing the time-honored tradition of cut and paste...it's all I actually know. I would say...be sure to put links at the bottom of your two hubs so the readers can move back and forth between the two easily. Good Luck!
One of my hubs that I wrote in word reached seven pages long. Needless to say, I turned it into a four part article, which was a guide to writing online. I found that breaking up the text into 1000 word segments per hub, and breaking that text up with photos and amazon links, can help create well rounded hubs from the same long article. Of course, it helps that I had it saved offline in a word document; it was much easier to manipulate the publishing of the hubs that way.
Cut and paste is the only way to divide a huge hub because to divide it, you have to create an entirely new hub for the overflow.
I agree with Jamagenee...cut AND paste!. If you have a huge hub, then cutting a pasting IS your time saver that will allow you to easily divide the hub.
I also like the other ideas of creating a series. That way you can link each hub to the other, and indicate each as part 1 and part 2. Good luck!
Euro, well I think the best way to handle that is cut and paste, it is going to be easy for you.
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