Is it helpful to move hubs into different catagories if they are able to fit more than one?
Do experienced hubbers find it helpful, traffic wise, to move hubs to different catagories if the hub applies to more than one?
I have found in the past to only have hubs for a single category only and keep it there. This helps more with keywords and relevance of the subject matter that relates to your Hub. You may find that moving your hub to a new category may lose traffic and need time to adjust to the new fluctuations and it may never gain as much traffic.
This has been my experience, hope this helps.
@ K-J this answer is helpful, and has provided me some direction on finding permanent homes for a few of my questionable hubs. Thx
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