there is any option or method to find published hubs short URL.
i am not talking about websites which gives facility to short URL .i am talking about short URL which hubpages provides during publishing a hub.
if we do not save this short URL during publishing then there is any way to get it.
Is it possible to still put a tracker into these short urls? I like to see what sources my traffic comes from, and possibly make some money of any referrals...
by SivadiK7 years ago
When I first made my hub public I saw a page where hubpages gave me the short url version for my hub. However I didn't copy it and I'm not seeing that page again. I was wondering where can I get it again?
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
I've been using the short url from the hub metrics page to link to my hubs on my blogs. Yesterday, I discovered that they did not work. I thought they worked like bit.ly and tiny.url. I just did a HP...
by Cagsil7 years ago
Hey Hubbers,I mean VETERAN Hubs, Internet techies?Recently I was having a conversation with another hubber about a hub that they just produced.I saw the hub when it was published and noticed a problem in the title of...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
If I start a new hub and save it to work on later, does the original URL stay if I decide to alter it BEFORE I publish it to the world wide web or is it only permanent when the hub becomes PUBLISHED.If I...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
I just noticed a "glitch" today after creating my latest hub when writing in a title. The title is the first thing I write when I open the hub tool. As I'm writing the hub, making many additions and changes to...
by quicksand4 years ago
I am referring to the 12 character short URL associated with every hub. Have you ever used it? Do you use it often to promote your HubPages articles although it has no SEO value?
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