I have been doing some SEO work on my hub titles and now have some hub titles which do not match the hub URL. Is there a way I can edit/change a hubs URL or if not copy a hubs content to a new Hub URL.
Unfortunately no. But the title of the hub you can, even after publication.
The best thing to do with titles is find a great keyword phrase for the permanent url and then use a second different but similar keyword phrase for the title of your hubpage, this works much better!
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by Christine Miranda4 years ago
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