Do the groups for your hubs have a bearing on traffic?
Do the groups for your hubs have a bearing on traffic? My hubs are listed under orphan hubs. What does this mean?
Orphan hubs means that they are not grouped. Grouped hubs can increase views as often these hubs are linked together either by textual links or links at the close of your hub. Are 3 or more of your orphan hubs on the same overall topic? If so, you can assign those hubs to a specific group. I think it helps with your profile overall to have groups of topical hubs. I just checked your profile, you can assign your hubs to Travel and Places, as one group.
by Crystal Tatum5 years ago
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...
by ronalina6 years ago
How do you set up your profile page where your hubs are grouped together under "Some of RONALINA's favorite topics." Thanks
by Imogen French6 years ago
What advantage is there to assigning your hubs to a "group"?I have just discovered the "group" tab when creating new hubs, where you can put hubs into custom groups according to subject matter. Is...
by Victoria Lynn6 years ago
Is it true that topics on your profile page will be grouped by HubPages? I don't have to?
by Tim Bader3 years ago
Hi,I've got several hubs which have suddenly become un-featured "due to lack of engagement".On the one hand, fair enough, in that they haven't had a lot of traffic, if any, since they were transferred from...
by Glen Nunes5 years ago
It would be great to have more options for displaying our hubs on the profile page. The chronological view means that hubs that are related (and may therefore appeal to the same reader) may be quite far apart, and older...
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