Hub Organization--Is there a way to categorize hubs you publish?
There are a few disconnected topics I intend to write about--but I don't think I'd like to here if they're all strewn together. Ideally, what I'd like to do is have something like "Modern Applications of Ancient Philosophies" or some such thing be the category, and then have individual hubs fall underneath it. However I'd also like to write about maybe different topics within the education system specifically, and so have that as a category with its own hubs as well. Is there a way to do that here? Or should I use a different site?
All of your featured hubs will appear in a list on your profile page. However, you can group all of the ones on a particular topic together so readers can easily get from one to the other by using the "groups" feature. Under your account, click on "groups". There you can create group titles. Once you have those, scroll down the page and your hubs will be listed under a category called "orphan hubs". Click and drag each title to the category where you want it. When that is done and someone is reading a hub under "modern applications of ancient philosophies" and reach the end of that hub, there will be a "previous" and "next" link to the other hubs under the same group.
by Trsmd 9 years ago
Just few hours back when I Logged In I got the message that my Hubs have not been categorized..Have you did that and what are all the benefits by doing so? Will it increase the traffic?
by Mishael Austin Witty 7 years ago
So, I'm working on this hub titled "Finding the Love of Your Life Through Natural Selection." It's not published yet. It's basically about inbreeding and how my little girls are inbred a few times over, and how my husband and I didn't even know we were related until after we were married...
by Michelle Liew 6 years ago
What is the reccomended rate of publishing hubs?Sometimes, publishing too quickly affects the quality of your work. We need the time to rehash, regroup and get over the writer's block that can hit quite hard at times. We must take note to publish regularly too. What are your views on how...
by Suzanne Day 4 years ago
OK, I want to talk about different types of hubs and how they work regarding traffic and success. Here are some types I've identified below:1. It's interesting or funny. It's eyecatching and has brilliant photos. It is something at least half the world wants to know about. This hub does well on...
by Sushma Webber 9 years ago
A few days ago while engaged in my Hubtivity I saw a link 'Manage your Hubs'. For some reason I cannot seem to find it again. I would like to place my Hubs under specific categories. Please tell me how to do it.
by WeddingConsultant 9 years ago
I must confess, I still have one final hub to categorize.I haven't categorized it because1. I don't think it fits nicely into any category and2. I'm afraid it will lose traffic if I categorize it.It's my shoplifting hub and...er...let's just say it's getting some really good traffic.So does anyone...
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