So I'm writing a story and I was wondering if there was a way to post links to all my chapters in one Hub? Hopefully that just made sense. One way to describe it is if you're using worpress they have this things called pages and under that it keeps all your chapters in one place. Anyone understand what I'm saying?
I suppose you maybe could, if you put short descriptions with each link, but you may wanna run that by the HP team first. Every hub is supposed to be a stand-alone type of thing. Not sure they'd appreciate you making what would effectively be a table of contents. But then again, maybe I'm wrong about that. I guess if you're allowed to post individual chapters as hubs, then maybe they wouldn't care.
I wonder what Google makes of stuff like that.
In your account settings go groups and make the group you want then place all the hubs you want inside of that group. This will show the next and previous hub right under the vote up/down buttons and before the comments.
I recently published 100 review hubs, and I did write an index hub with links to all of the reviews. It consists of an introduction, an image, the links and nothing more.
Another helpful thing is to use a couple of identical tags for all of the chapters. This way, they will be indexed together by Hubpages, and some of the chapters may show up in the side panel.
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