Ive publishrd a hub with a URL from a very old and deleted hub. How do I fix this big issue?
just delete this hub and make a new hub with same data and new URL as you want
IF the URL is taken then just simply add a letter or number to the end of the URL.
IF the hub has been deleted it won't be an issue and may in fact help YOUR hub rank better if there are any old backlinks pointing to that page.
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