Is it possible to change the URL of a published hub? I published hub a long ago but it's not getting good traffic and so I just edited the title and content with new keyword and re-published. But the URL is still same, there's no change which is good for SEO. Please share your opinion. Thanks
The URL cannot be changed it is permanent. Your only recourse is to use the title, subtitles, and captions to place your relevant and related keyword phrases.
As Richard and colorfulone have kindly stated, it is not possible to change the URL of a Hub. As long as the URL relates to the subject of your Hub, it doesn't have to match the title, and it shouldn't cause you any problems. You can still change the Hub's title.
URL cannot be changed unless you delete the hub and republish with the URL you want.
by SarahSilver2 years ago
Im posting this question separately so It doesnt get lost in the other threadhow do I change a URL on a hub? Can't see where to do it when editingthanksSar
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