What is the advantages to using groups rather than the link capsule and vice versa?
If you have several hubs about the same type of thing, ie recipes, dogs, cats computers etc and you put them into a group, they will be shown at the bottom of your hub so the reader can easily transfer to the next hub without leaving your site. And some of your group hubs will be posted down the side of your hub as well. You want people to stay on your page(s) as this gives you the best opportunity for revenue either from adsense, clicking an ad or through an Amazon sale.
I think the new rules on links means you can only have two per hub so the group method is good value.
by Liz Elias7 years ago
Hi- I've been unable to find the answer to this. Maybe it's already answered, but unfortunately, I don't have hours available to sort through thousands of posts searching. In creating...
by Jaye Denman3 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...
by Lorelei Cohen19 months ago
I have seen a few mentions of putting our articles into groups but when I went to put in a heading I found myself stopping because I wasn't sure what to put there. Do we go broad categories ie: foodie:healthOr use...
by Marcy Goodfleisch5 years ago
I just discovered at least one of my unpublished hubs appeared at the bottom of one of my published hubs, in the area where the site loads hubs we have written on similar topics. I reported this to admin but...
by Eugene Brennan2 weeks ago
Is this a bug or am I tying with Briggs for a featured snippet? It seems odd. The picture can be clicked and leads to DenGarden
by Kannan Reddy6 years ago
I have hubs that I think qualify to be in two different groups. I would love to see this feature. What about you?
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