I recently noticed I have a spelling error in the URL of one of my hubs when I created it. No good?
It depends, Jesse. I have a glaring misspelling on a hub URL since 2013. I never changed it and it seems to be okay. It may have inadvertently helped. The word should be "public" but it says "pubic." I just laughed it off and kept it moving.
It is a problem with this site that once you publish a hub that's it...you can change your title but you are always stuck with the original url.
The actual title is more important, in terms of traffic, than the url. Google crawls the title and the text and indexes accordingly.
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