With a new feature announcement, new rules aren’t far behind. As Simone announced last week, Hubbers will be able to create Recipes and Review Hubs using Special Layout Options. Here are the rules for this new feature: 1) Don’t use Recipe Capsules for non-recipes The Recipe Capsules include Cook Time, Ingredients, Instructions, and Nutrition Capsules.…Read More
Special Layout Options are Live!
We are happy to announce that you now have access to our new review and recipe-centric capsules. The next time you visit the HubTool, you will be able to add Ratings, Cook Time, Ingredients, Instructions, and Nutrition Capsules to your review and recipe Hubs, and doing so, as we mentioned in our previous blog post…Read More
Why do Microformats Matter?
Microformats are, simply put, open data formats built upon widely accepted standards. Microformats are somewhat like MLA bibliographies in that MLA-style bibliographies share different specific pieces of information (such as citations to movies, books, radio shows, talks, etc.), while following a common, standardized format. In the case of microformats, the common standards involve specific tags…Read More
Introducing Special Layout Options for Reviews and Recipes
One big perk associated with publishing Videos as opposed to traditional Hubs is that your Videos get special treatment in search engine results: next to Videos’ titles and summaries, online searchers see an enticing thumbnail image that makes them more likely to select your work over that of the thumbnail-less competition. We are now rolling…Read More
Tips from Patty Inglish, MS on Getting Your Book Reviewed
HubPages’ Prolific Patty Inglish, MS recently published a Hub reviewing a book entitled Jake’s Final Days by Hubber W. R. Shinn. While you may read about the occasional published Hubber in the forums, Patty Inglish, MS hears from quite a few newly published authors because she writes reviews professionally. I asked Patty if she might…Read More