Thankfully the hubpages.com server resolves a URL that is/is not capitalized to the originally claimed URL.
The biggest drawback is when people communicate to another person (any) URL and they repeat it verbatim. That is to say that they also tell them which words to capitalize.
Which does happen.
So instead of spelling out "hubpages dot com slash hub slash charity dash water dash clean dash water dash projects" (which is mouthful, but still straight forward) they'd be saying "hubpages dot com slash hub slash charity with a capital c dash water with a capital w dash clean with a capital c dash water with a capital w dash projects with a capital p"
It of course doesn't matter to HubPages (with a capital H and P ) but for some sites it does so some people are in the habit of being sure they're 100% correct in repeating a URL.
I've seen (and heard) it happen over the phone and also in offices from one cubicle to another.
Definately follow darksides advice on checking your Hub URL.
You may also want to consider using vocabulary based alternatives, such as 'and' this wont make much difference to your title length, but may make the title seem a little more natural. I would say it was a personal preference though, with little real SEO impact.
I think I'm right in saying that in titles it doesn't really matter. In wordpress the title of a blog post attaches on to the main URL with a dash after every word. However in a main URL, out side of Hubpages it now seems that it is frown on by google; because of spammers over using them in the passed.
Dashes are used to avoid blank spaces.. spaces makes complicated to programmer for example if you not give dash or underscore then in execution of that link will show %20 as for spaces. so dashes are used to avoid %20 this value.
I think the OP should clarify if they mean dashes in the TITLE or in the URL (big difference). Dashes in the title if needed are just fine and I don't think matter. Dashes in the domain name can look spammy, but in the post url are normal. But again, how about clarifying and providing an example?
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