I am writing a Hub that will combine different categories, how should I proceed?
It will be a fiction based on history (kind of), that will have elements of science (not sci-fi), philosophy, culture and many more. It will be series and they wont all be there at the same time. How do I categorize the Hubs for maximum traffic?
Do I do the prevalent idea for each Hub?
Do I put them all under the same general category, Fiction?
I am not in favor of fiction because I feel like it will devalue it somehow. What do you think?
I appreciate any answer, thanks.
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