If a person writes a dozen articles in one specific niche, is there any tip or technique to make sure all the related hubs that are shown are yours too or at least some of them?
is the secret in the tags or keywords?
Yes, you can add a tag and then use an RSS feed to show them in your hub. For example, if you have a tag 'internet' then the following RSS feed will show all your latest hubs with that tag:
Notice that it includes your username and your desired tag. You can change the tag to anything you like to show hubs with that other tag.
Title of the hub, the category and the tags play roles in deciding the listing of related hubs.
by L C David3 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
by Marina3 years ago
Heads up! As part of a traffic experiment, we changed the number of Hubs listed in the Related Hubs section to eight instead of five. We expect the experiment to last about a week, but wanted to let everyone know that...
by Eugene Brennan2 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub...
by kab3 years ago
At the bottom of the lens it has related hubs. Is there a way to exclude some hubs from showing there, or to encourage better (more related) ones by limiting the category or using keywords or hand picking them or...
by weblog6 years ago
The "related hubs" section is missing in a few hubs I came across. I also notice that related questions are not shown in the Q/A section.Is this change intentional? If so, some internal links would be...
by Phyllis Doyle Burns2 years ago
I fail to see the need for the "related hub" section on each of my hub pages. Sometimes these hubs do not really relate to mine. Readers come to our pages to read the hubs we wrote or because they like...
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