What's the best thing to do when none of the hub categories really work for the subject of your hub?
I just started a new hub and I'm pretty sure I checked every possibility, but nothing really fits. I went through the list three times.
Should I just pick the next closest category and then use keywords to cover the rest?
It's not necessary for a Hub to have a category that is an absolute perfect match. Having just a first tier or second tier category does just fine.
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We made an update to the site a few minutes ago. The big changes with this release are the addition the hub categorization tool, and some enhancements to the main search box as well as request and forum search.CategoriesFrom this point you must select a single category for all new hubs. ...
by Kate Swanson 23 months ago
I've been going through some of my old Hubs to update them but one thing I didn't think to check - until today - was which category they were in. What a shock! Several of my older Hubs were in totally inappropriate categories, which may be one reason why they weren't noticed for a...
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
So many of you jumped in with good advice to help me after my hubs crashed and burned last week that I was overwhelmed. I love this community! I know, too, that many of you have been reading my work to help me "up" my numbers, and I also thank you for that. So far I have...
by Chantele Cross-Jones 4 years ago
How many views do you need to make $1.66 a day?Ok to make a $50 payout minimum each month you need to make an average of $1.66 a day. If you work on each month having 30 days. So I am just wondering what the average number of veiws would be to make that $1.66, or as close as? Assuming you don't...
by Brian 8 years ago
There is nothing like going into the creative writing category and finding a hub about the hottest women's bathing suits, or Hair extensions. When you are trying to see where your writing hub rates in comparison to others.I notice a lot of hubs that have dozens of keywords that have nothing...
by Rainbow Brite 9 years ago
Love the new categorization feature, but I have a suggestion for improving it...how about a "go back" or "up one level" button? This way if you choose a category and discover that nothing in that category suits your needs, then you don't have to start all over, just go...
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