Is it possible to have separate URLS for your hubs based on the topic. I currently have only 2 hubs, one on politics in India, and the other about relationships. The third one Iam writing now is about self development. Is it possible that I have separate URLs for each of these topics so that other hubs that I plan to write under these topics can be categorised under these heads, and the 3 urls can be separately promoted.
You can have two accounts and keep them for different topics. You will need two email addresses, one for each.
Is not the URL going to be unique for each page you create anyway?
Have you read this - http://hubpages.com/faq/ it answers lots of questions about HubPages.
Each time you write a new hub, it gets its own url, and you choose its category. Everything will be under your user name though "http://vasmenon.hubpages.com/new-hub".
Thank you millionaire tips and 2uesday. I know each hub has a separate url under my primary url vasmenon. What I need is 3 separate urls under which I can broadly classify my blogs....Like"http://vasmenon.hubpages.com/politcs" , "http://vasmenon.hubpages.com/management" as examples.....The idea is to promote these urls to separate groups....to drive traffic.
No, you would need to open a separate account to make sections like that.
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