hi friends,i wish to find out if changing the title of an already published hub has any impact in any domain .
you can change the title, but it will not change your url link so the best bet is to copy your text and pics into a new hub with the new name and delete the old hub altogther.
Changing a title will benefit you if your hub is old enough and already present in the search engine. You can then select a better title with good keywords,it does benefit a lot. However publishing a new hub and deleting an old one will take much time for you hub to be indexed in search engine.
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