I am trying to post my first hub and anyway I try it, I can't find the unique URL for my article. The help pages say that as you type in a title the web address should start to print...it's not, please help me fix this problem so I can post and publish.
Thanks in advance,
The system will normally automatically put your title as the end part of the url. If it hasn't for some reason, simply type in your title into the second box with hyphens between the words. E.g. my-new-hub
This will be automatically added to the http://hubpages.com/hub/
when you start creating the hub.
Hope that makes sense
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