I'd like to be able to keep some hub articles in a subdirectory off of a main hub, eg. http://hubpages.com/hub/MainTopic/HubArticle_1. Adsense only allows a couple hundred url channels, so grouping articles in this manner would help with tracking.
Also having different rss feeds for each main topic would help too, instead of just the author's latest, or should we just create multiple accounts?
We will think about a solution to this problem.
There are RSS feeds by tag and author. You can get to these pages by clicking on a tag from an author's profile page, among other ways. For instance:
http://hubpages.com/author/Hot+Topics/v … otings/hot
But creating multiple accounts may make sense too, especially if you are writing on several unrelated topics.
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