In some of my hubs that are based on the same topic, I like to include the same products (typically books), well it can be a pain to copy and past everything over hub to hub, so is there any way that you guys could give the option of copying an entire capsule and pasting in on another hub?
I've also had the concern with link capsules. I have a few hubs where I wanted the same links on the different hubs, and it's just a pain to copy the link, title, and description over, or at least just the link and title.
It may be silly, but it's just a thought...
I don't think HubPages needs to do anything that would make it easier to crank out spam Hubs on the site.
I completely agree with Whitney.
I would really like to be able to copy link capsules in particular, as it would really save a lot of time.
I don`t think that is possible... Wasn`t there a rule that did not allow more than one link to the same domain ?
Whitney, you can use a link organizer, that will be a lot easier. Editing link capsules, copy pasting titles and descriptions can take you ages.
If your Hubs link repeatedly to the same outside domains, it can start to have a negative impact on HubScore.
I rarely link to outside domains, and when I do, I don't use link capsules to do it.
relache, I don't mean in every hub place the same links. Just in a small handful of hubs that are related to place the same links. Like in mini-series.
broalexdotinfo, what exactly is a link organizer? as for the multiple links to the same domain, that's kinda per hub no more than like 2 or 3 to the same domain per hub. But, at the same time, they don't want you to promote the same domain in every single hub that you make, which is what relache is talking about.
And, like Isabella, most of my links are internal HP links. It's just a pain copying them all over within related hubs and mini-series. For example, I have a number of rat hubs, and I have links to the rest of them, with a feature that would allow you to copy the entire link capsule, I could do it once, and just remove the hub link for the hub that I'm pasting on and then add the link that I took from, which does sounds like a lot of work, but it's much less than copying each link, title, and description over and over again.
by Catherine Giordano 8 months ago
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by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
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by LongTimeMother 2 years ago
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by Greensleeves Hubs 6 years ago
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by Earl Noah Bernsby 4 years ago
Hey all,I posted this query in an older thread of mine with no joy. In retrospect, I probably should have posted the question independently:
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