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Best Answer Larry Wall says
Hi Larry, thanks for the answer, but if you just unpublish or even delete will it allow one to republish with the same title, just not the same URL?
Good suggestion Larry. I have had the same issue. I'll try this out.
I cannot anticipate any problem with that. Since the first was unpublished or never really published there is no duplicate copy issue. I do not think they worry about headlines being the same.
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Oh, thank you so much. I did not see the forum. I do so hope this will change as that would make things a lot easier than having to delete or unpublish a hub due to the URL is not correct or there is a mistake in it.
Susan Keeping says
Oh really, wow, thanks for the information. It's just when an email comes in and I see the URL, it reminds me of my mistake. But I am glad it does not hurt the hub or anything. I think the title and key words are key, but Google may not.
Thanks so much for the answer. Okay, I knew it had something to do with Google, so is it best to just delete it and start all over or can you just unpublish it and copy and paste all info into a new hub with the correct URL?
Hi Pollyannalana, yes, I have done that numerous times, but the URL doesn't change when you change the title, once you have figured out a better title for the hub when you first initially started writnig the hub.