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I have a lovely poem and two of the suggested other Hubs are cooking related. When I visit a poem, I do not expect to see a photo of raw meat after the piece. Can these suggested Hubs be more closely related to the Hub they are on?
Raw meat eh? Charming! have a few hours to check out your new stuff. By the by, they just put a strange piece of machinery next to mine, with no adds. I see. I'm doing it for the love of the word. Love yaz, lily
Looking at both hubs I think it is the 'merlot wine' that is the culprit Hyphen. Just do a test and remove those words from your poem (even if temporary) and see what happens.
I think I remember reading somewhere that the tags that you use in your hub have something to do with how those are chosen. You might check your tags on that poem and either change some of them or add a few more to get rid of that problem. I looked at it and that hub with the rib eye popped up for my view too. That's kind of a strange selection.
The Tags, Summary, Keywords and Folksonomy within the Hub pull equal or related terms from the database else based on the Taxonomy (Category). If correct, and HP is still using their Yield Build system, this issue should correct itself over time, as the system learns which words are more relevant.
Only reason I remember this is because I suggested a Hub Thesaurus tool, way back when, that would have worked along these same lines.
4:03 Edit: Seems a few common terms are wine related: cab-merlot,..
Thanks for the ideas. I will double check tags and perhaps remove merlot. But then again, I think it is mentioned in the piece itself. I do appreciate your help.
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