Best Title Format For A Series of Hubs
I read somewhere on this site that putting "Part 1, 2, 3, etc." is not a good idea for Google to pick up on the series of Hubs. For my GTA Online Solo Missions, I did Volume 1, 2, 3, etc. Thinking that would be more search engine friendly, but I'm not sure.
What do you suggest would be the best way to title a series of Hubs?
I would stay away from hubs that require parts or even the use of the terms "Part 1" or Volume 2." The missions only have #s, right? So just use them. "GTA, Mission 5"
Or you can make up a title from the characters in the mission.
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