When I want to start a new Hub, I am prompted from an error message for a URL and it shows up in the title.
What am I doing wrong?
Do you mean that you are getting an error for the URL that is the same as your title? This means the URL is already taken. You can keep your title the same, but you'll have to change the words in the URL slightly so that it's no longer an exact match with an existing Hub.
When I hit the new Hub prompt it opens up and ask for title, category and to type the computer words. When I did that the last time it kicked it back and ask for URL and I did not see a place to put one or anything. I copied and pasted the default URL beside the title and it worked, but the title looked unprofessional in preview.
by Katleigh Merrier38 hours ago
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by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
After changing the title of the hub, the URL remains the same. Does it affect the existing traffic or the position on Google ? How often the title could be changed ? Is it advisable or not ?
by DjBryle6 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
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by Teeboy15 years ago
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by David Hinerman3 years ago
Would it be important to have the hub title and hub URL have slightly different words to rank better in search engines? For example, if the word "vehicles" is used in title and the word "cars" is...
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