I would like to be able to publish a hug in two seperate categorys.I cannot include business with social or recycling topics.I'd be grateful for any suggestions please.
You could break it down into two hubs and interlink them.
You can only place a hub in one category.
Or...you can publish it in one category and later change it. I have a few hubs regarding gift buying that I switch around all year long. Around this time they are under Christmas....later they will be under Mother's Day, then I'll switch and put them under birthdays. I experiment with categories when they fall into multiple areas.
That is great information, I keep learning more and more, this is a neat little trick. Thanks
What a great idea! I'll add it to my 'there's just too many tips to keep track of' database. Although it definitely is one of the best!
Great advice KCC Big Country.I didn't know that hubpages allows you to unpublish then republish your hubs into a different category.That's Great!
Big Thank You to You:)
You do not have to unpublish the hub to change categories. Simply go into editing mode, click Settings on the right-hand side, click on the category and change it.
I've just realised this!Yet another learning curve.Thank you Website Examiner
It's advisable never to unpublish and republish a hub - just edit it.
Unpublishing it will will it's age with google, I believe.
I suppose you mean "will reset its age with Google" or something to that effect.
Thanx again all for your valuable input.Will just re-edit, re-read and eventually re-jig into maybe another category:)P.S.Don't want to give google amnesia by unpublishing ha ha!
Google wouldnt notice you were unpublished for a few minutes!
You wouldnt lose age/rank etc. Site owners plop pages about all the time doing maintenance type things.
Entire sites including Hubpages are occasionally "down for maintenance" or "performing scheduled updates"
In this case it wouldnt be necessary to unpublish, so pretty much moot
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