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How to get a link to all posts in a category so that it can be shared?

  1. heidithorne profile image98
    heidithorneposted 3 years ago

    How to get a link to all posts in a category so that it can be shared?

    I would like to share all the hubs that I have published in a particular category (i.e. Sales). Ideally, I'd like the link to show them a list of all the hubs in that category. For example, I'd like to post a link on my own website that say something like "For all Heidi's posts on Sales, click here." What is the procedure for doing that? Is it even possible?

  2. The Examiner-1 profile image75
    The Examiner-1posted 3 years ago

    Can you write a Hub about it? You can collect each URL from each Hub in the Sales Group and place them in that Hub. Insert photos for each one, write brief info for each one, etc., until you have a new Hub. Then you can name it "Heidi's links to sales", or what your idea is.

    1. heidithorne profile image98
      heidithorneposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, The Examiner-1, for that suggestion! I think it might be the best solution. Have a great weekend!

    2. The Examiner-1 profile image75
      The Examiner-1posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You are welcome Heidi, I am glad to help. I hope that you have a nice weekend too.

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    sheilamyersposted 3 years ago

    I like Examiners idea. Have one hub which can use that URL as the link at your website. The difference I'm thinking of is to write the hub as an introduction to your various sales hubs. Perhaps each section of the hub could explain any subcategories you may have within the category. The intro could state why you write sales hubs and your intended goal (teaching, sharing experiences, etc). You can probably place links there to all of the hubs to serve the same purpose of a "site map" at a website. But be sure to place the hub in your sales "group" so people can navigate through all of those hubs using the "previous" and "next" buttons under the hub.

    1. heidithorne profile image98
      heidithorneposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hi sheilamyers! I like that expanded suggestion. Thanks so much for your input!

    2. Marie Flint profile image91
      Marie Flintposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I like this idea, too, Sheila. Thank you for expanding/clarifying Examiner's suggestion.

  4. Marie Flint profile image91
    Marie Flintposted 3 years ago

    I'm doing this to an extent with my hubs, only I've limited myself to six hubs per group (this is the number the "In the Spotlight" features on the profile page. I differ from you in that I have problems finding a niche due to an extensive variety of interests.

    If you do the introductory hub as others have suggested, you'll need to copy the URLs of each hub when you link them into your "introduction" hub. This can be time consuming, but may be worth the effort. Otherwise, keep sharing links to your hubs on the various social sites.

    Good luck and best wishes!

    1. heidithorne profile image98
      heidithorneposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, Marie, for your input!

  5. alancaster149 profile image85
    alancaster149posted 3 years ago

    Hello Heidi, I've taken the easy way out.
    Under my profile I've got Hub-pages listed under general headings, with a number in the series and then the title of that particular page.
    There are quite a few travel pages, many history pages, a (so far 50-parts) saga that takes you over years of a man's life in early mediaeval Scandinavia and Britain, a few short stories and a variety of 'pseudo-historical' pages under the heading 'Heritage'.
    Take a look and see if it's for you.

    1. heidithorne profile image98
      heidithorneposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, alacaster149, for that suggestion!

 
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