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Best Answer Norman Stein says
Mine have been permanent. I try to make the titles have more keywords, sound more fun, and for the ones of mine that end up next to each other on google - make them clearly different in purpose.
It's too soon for me to know, as I just made the changes. I'm also editing and updating my hubs (a laborious process, but necessary), so I hope the "new and improved" hubs will generate permanent increased traffic.
The URL never changes even after you change the title.
You are indeed correct, the URL stays the same. Other sites I've published on updated the URL when changing the title.
Thanks for the info!
I've gone ahead and 'tuned' my titles, let's see what happens...
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Lena Welch says
Thanks, and I hadn't thought about the title tuner. Good advice.
Jaye Denman says
Yes I visit it regularly and makes some changes only where I see a lot of entries for a particular phrase or word. Seems to work wonders. Good luck.
wow that's great! My best fix was for one that was coming up n the same google page as one of my others. They are different topics. I changed the title to reflect how they were different and the newer of the 2 started getting more hits.
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Audrey Selig says
What is title tuner?
Thanks, Kevin. Glad to know it's helped others. Even though I'm not a "newbie", there are still some things I need to study in the HP learning center.
carol stanley says
You're ahead of the game by learning everything to make your hubs better while you're still a new Hubber, carol. Good luck on HP!