When initially formatting your hub do you apply:
Category heading only?
Drill down all the way to the lowest sub category that qualifies?
Which method works best?
If you use the drill down method does your hub appear in the category and all sub categories leading downward or just the final sub category?
Example: Holidays >Christmas & Santa > Decoration > More
> Birthdays > Wedding Anniversary
Offer your opinions please.
A hub can appear in listing for any of it's parent categories, so I'd recommend choosing the most specific category that is appropriate.
That was quick, I had taken notice of the same hubs listed multiple times as you drill down and that was my suspicion, but but I wanted to confirm if this is the best strategy for exposure.
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