I have a hub called Top Ten Crete which lists the top ten sightseeing, ten beaches, ten sites, ten family resorts etc etc. I published it a while back as just lists, but with the intention of adding more information for each list.
Now I've just started adding more information for each listing, and as I do so I am wondering whether I should split it up into seperate hubs when I add more info for each listing -
e.g. Top 10 sightseeing = 1 hub , Top Ten beaches another hub etc
One of the reasons I am thinking of separating it into a number of hubs is because of the tags. As I add more info I am adding relevant tags and at this rate there will be hundreds! Feels like I'm keyword stuffing, so will the hub be penalised (google etc) ?
Any input much appreciated.
The hub is http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-Ten-Crete
Even leaving tags aside, I think it is a good idea to slip the hub. Why your list are sort of inter-related, they are still separate and can live on their own. This just makes logical sense to have them in the hubs of their own - providing of course you can generate enough content
So yes, I am for splitting
Yes. I have been asked by the hubpages to reduce tags.
Separating them then grouping them would be the best idea.
Oh no. So now I have to triple the proposed content for each entry!
Yes I can generate it Misha - just don't know how long it will take
Thanks for all your replies.
I've searched for a hub on tags and tagging Do's and Don'ts. Can't find one so I've now put in a Hub Request so I hope someone will make one (and if there is one already out there then I suggest you change your tags )
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