The groups feature (in the my account page) is one I forget to visit at times.
However I have found it useful as a way of directing traffic, when someone reads your page there are to automatic links at the bottom to pages you have written and placed in the same group. They will be the ones in the group either side (above and below) in the list and they appear on the hub they are listed with (in the group) and are displayed on another of your hubs.
Hope that makes sense, I sometimes forget to allocate a new hub to a group, in which case it sits in the orphan hubs part of the group page and that is not helping it.
Another idea is to keep the hubs within their group but reposition i.e. move them within the list order, sometimes. I have helped some of my hubs get traffic in this way. Though obviously this is only traffic that is already visiting one of my pages, but it helps it flow to other hubs I have written.
Hope this is useful, just remembered it took me a while to figure this out when I was new here.
I am one of those who constantly forgets to use the group function. Quite often I find myself going back to a published Hub to add it to the appropriate group.
I think I am going to have to put a post-it on the monitor... "remember to group Hubs!"
by SOE 42 hours ago
So I'm not sure when the hub group feature went away, I Imagine a long time ago, that allowed you to put hubs in little collections that would allow you to view hubs by said group and I think did something on the article itself as far as linking them together or something.I imagine the feature was...
by Marina 3 years ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any functional changes to Hub Groups (such as integrating it with About the Author)...
by Jaye Denman 4 years ago
I established Groups and moved my existing (completed) hubs into appropriate groups. I understand that some of my hubs will show at the bottom of the screen for a hub from the same group. However, I believe that categorizing hubs into groups with the same or similar theme/overall topic ON THE...
by JR Krishna 5 years ago
How to group hubs using the Grouping feature in a link?When I was editing a hub a style tip popped up as "if you would like to link to your own Hubs, group them using the Grouping feature" Any idea how to use grouping feature in a link?
by Muhammad Rafiq 4 years ago
What is a Grouping Feature? How to use it, while writing a hub? Please explain.
by Susannah Birch 2 years ago
You can't. Just had to put that out there as I'm seeing newbies all over the forums going on about these topics lately.Serious money comes from getting views from Google NOT from having other hubbers visit your work. Some of the top hubbers on the site have separate accounts NO ONE knows about to...
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