Now that I have gotten up to 100 hubs, I've noticed something that slows me down and is turning linking into a burden. Unless you remember exactly how you titled a hub (more specifically, unless you remember the first word of the hub title) finding the right hub to link to can be kind of time consuming. Scrolling through alphabetically is fine for those with a few hubs, or those who don't SEO their titles. But, if you optimize keywords at the front of your title, remembering exactly how a hub title starts is tougher.
I'd like to suggest a standard drop box search function where you can click on the down arrow (like now), but there is also a text box that you can type in that will search your titles. That way, you can just type in a main keyword and instantly find your hub, or at least really narrow it down.
Not in the link box though, I have to admit i haeve had to often open up my accounts apge to find a hub after forgetting the exact title of a hub. The new links tool has helped a little with that though
by sunflowerforests 5 years ago
How do you properly cite the music used in a video? I found the music on a "free" download site. I cited this site as the source of the music. I believe I should have given credit to the song artist. This being my first video; I am unsure of the correct...
by Jyoti Kothari 10 years ago
I have written 3 hubs 3 months earlier on Financial problems of America which did not get much hits....
by Tyler Philbrook 3 years ago
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by greathub 10 years ago
HiThere are always several new requests that have already been answered or their answers already exist. So, wouldn't it be nice to suggest the hubs already present as answers to the request. And the hubber who asked the question should have power to accept the previously-written hub as an...
by pjk_artist 8 years ago
How do I insert a link to my hubs in the text of another hub?I always get the http: blaa blaa blaa. Is there a way to get the link to "be blue' ?
by Melanie Palen 8 years ago
You are only as fast as your slowest component... errr whatever the quote is. Well, it's not entirely true... I STILL will profit off of my best performing hub even though I have those poor performing ones, but I decided to create this post as a way to well, make those poor performing ones...
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