When determining the topic category for a new hub, is it better to choose a very narrow category or is it better to leave it say, just under HubPages Tutorials and Community?
Would you say example A or example B is the best choice for improving traffic?
HubPages Tutorials and Community-> Getting Traffic->Tags and Categories on Hubpages
HubPages Tutorials and Community
Thanks for taking the time to help with this.
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