I was hit hard with the recent google changes and one of the many things I am playing with are my hub titles. Problem is though this means that the title and URL won't match. Is that worse?? Should I delete and republish or will I get away with the title and URL bring different?
It is generally accepted that the title is more important than the URL.. many pages have titles different to their URL .. just change, if you have low traffic you have everything to gain and nothing to lose
by DjBryle6 years ago
How can I change the URL of my hub since it is different from the title. So when I share the link the title of my hub is: "The Fish, Rainbows, Happiness and Dorothy", the right title is :"Rainbows,...
by Katleigh Merrier7 hours ago
Hello!I'm back after a long period of inactivity, and I'd like to start writing again.I like a lot of my old hubs, but I'd like to change the title to tweak some of them. Can I change the URL to match?If I can't, should...
by yoshi977 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't...
by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
When I first started writing at HubPages I was under the impression that one should make the url and the first title of their hub the same.So my question now is: When trying to write the url for maximum traffic, how...
by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
After changing the title of the hub, the URL remains the same. Does it affect the existing traffic or the position on Google ? How often the title could be changed ? Is it advisable or not ?
by Jake Michael Peralta2 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do...
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