I am new to this.I published a hub yesterday,no problem.
My question is,every time i write a new hub ,do i have to create a new url.
And If You are going to write more articles of your subject.. then put up an avatar pic.. and some motivational words on your Bio.. Your personal landing page is often the first impression readers get of your writing skills! - Why Kill it with a Blank?
If you fill in the title, the URL will be generated automatically.
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