I am anixous to write my second hub. But when I click the create a new hub button and try starting it always takes me back to the this error message saying this url is already in use. Do I have to create a different url everytime I post?
Welcome to Hubpages!
Yes, you have to create a new URL for every single article you publish. However, I would like warn you that your first hub is substandard material and will most likely get flagged, due to the limited content you've created.
If you think I'm wrong, then I would suggest you post your first link in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum thread and get advice from other people, besides myself.
Also, I would highly recommend you read the FAQ's page and visit the Learning Center, to get a better grasp of what is expected of you on Hubpages.
The easiest way to create a new URL is to simply type in a title, and the URL will be generated automatically.
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