Here is what I was wondering.
I have some hubs that I can't rewrite and they seem very unnecessary to have in my account now. I was thinking that instead of deleting these hubs, can I un-publish the hub, then use a totally different article, title and photos, re-publish the hub? Will the URL affect my traffic or make a difference? Are URLs important for keywords and search?
You can change the title and the content no problem..... However having a URL that says dog training and a hub that is about cooking cats on BBQs might be a little confusing... As to whether it counts with regards to SEO, some say yes, some say No... Only Google really knows!! However I would have a URL that reflects the subject at least!
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