When do hubs get grouped together?
I thought that once you published fifteen hubs, HubPages automatically grouped hubs together - at least that's what I was told when I asked this question before. But even though I have several hubs in the same category, I don't have any groups showing up on my profile. Is there a process to make this happen? Thanks.
You can create your own groups. There's a tab - I believe on the stats page. It will allow you to create a group and then add hubs to it.
Under the "My Account" go to "Categories" and you can edit groups. When you are editing a Hub you can go to the "Group" tab where you write you summary to assign them to a group.
You're referring to having your hubs show up by category on your profile, right? The groups tab under Account won't help you--that puts links in one hub to related hubs.
I think it's just a matter of having enough hubs in related categories. I'm not sure what the magic number is, but it seems like you should be close. Maybe try adding a couple more hubs and see what happens.
Now that you mention it, I also think Crystal is really asking about categories and not about groups. Hubs will be listed by category in the profile. And groups control the links to the next and last Hub at the bottom of each Hub.
You need 15 - 25 hubs at least, before the categories are visible in your HP profile.
All of your groups do not show up.
Some of Crystal Tatum's Favorite Topics is what shows up after you have 15 hubs. I haven't figured out how they choose the ones they show.
Well, lo and behold, I went onto my profile today, and my groups are there! I did change categories for a couple of hubs to add some content to one group. Thanks everyone!
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