How do you prolific hubbers manage your hubs?
I see quite a few hubbers have published many hubs. Some are in the hundreds. Just curious how you manage all your hubs? I have decided to create hubbooks by topic.
hubbers with a ton of hubs probably don't spend much time 'managing' them. they have determined the best use of their time is to write new hubs rather than fiddle around with already written hubs.
Once upon a time I had over 200 Hubs. BTW . . . I've been here over 5 years. At one time the Hub Group feature made managing Hubs on HP easier. That is long gone now. It sounds like you are using the Topic Filter at your My Account Page?
Anyway . . . when I reached about 50 Hubs I started using the 'export CSV' feature. It down loads into an Excel File that can be saved into a folder if you want to keep records. If familiar with Excel you can pretty much do anything you want to categorize them.
Footnote: Excel was the main tool I used at my job, so I liked playing with it. In the hey day I wrote Hubs in groups and series like an e-book and would track their performance.
I use the export feature mostly as a backup of my hubs. That's a good suggestion of using excel to sort them. I mostly need to locate a hub I wrote but forgot the exect title name. The dashboard has some limited sort function. Thanks.
I use to download the csv file and then create my personal categories / groups. Back then I wrote a Hub a week. So, I downloaded about every 3 mths. I used a vlookup to put the category names on the new download, so was quick and easy.
One thing I did from the beginning 5 years ago is to place a number in front of the title of each hub. When I look in my file/list of hubs I know automatically the order it was written and published. That is my personal tracking idea.
I thought that was discouraged by HP. Plus, how does that affect your SEO ranking?
Nothing has ever been said to me about it. As for SEO, I have no idea there. I only write on here as a hobby. I have never worried about how much money I could make. I like the hubs.
Same here. I just have trouble remembering the titles I created. With over 200 hubs in 2 years, I can't remember if I wrote on a particular topic...
I have kept mine at a comfortable 74, but plan on starting to write again now that I am re-retired.
I think the people who make the most money have over a thousand, and most of them are very very good articles. I have 270 'hubs' at present. I bet were I not removing the least performing of them, I'd have at least 400.
I really only want the ones that are getting steady traffic here. The others I can move to a blog somewhere, and maybe think about rewriting in another way later.
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