Should I put all my funny hubs under Humor, or can they go somewhere else?
I've been writing mostly humorous hubs, and by default I've been putting them under the Entertainment and Media > Humor topic. BUT many of them are topical enough that they could potentially go in another topic. Some even have actual potentially useful information in them, whether by accident or design.
I'm torn between leaving them in Humor, where they might never be seen by people interested in humor on their topic, or putting them under some other topic where they might annoy people who don't want to see humor hubs, or not be seen by people specifically looking for humor. Whadya think?
I think; put them under the topic that they are about and if you're worried about the humour being off-putting, just pre-warn in your summary. But who doesn't like a bit of humour?!
I wouldn't think to look under the humour topic for a funny read. I know, huh?! I love reading stuff that makes me laugh, but only tend to read about topics that i'm interested in and if the text makes me chuckle that's always a Bonus (never annoys me personally!)
I would definitely move at least a few into the other topics. Experiment and see what works best.
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