I edited some titles of my earlier hubs that got no page views for many months now. I wonder if I will be expecting page views after I changed the title but different url(i know that we cn't edit the url, only title) . WILL YOUR PAGE VIEWS AND RANKING BE AFFECTED IF YOUR HUB URL AND TITLE ARE DIFFERENT THOUGH IT'S WITHIN THE SAME SPECIFIC TOPIC?
Got only 3 hr-sleep, and I dn't know if I asked this right. Hope you'll get what i meant.
I think that many of us will do this. I know I do, and rather than hurting a nearly non-existing traffic figure it often helps considerably.
That is also what happens when we use the title tuner, after all.
yes your page view from sources other than hubpages may be affected if title and url are totally different topics.
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