When I first start a hub, I am prompted to include a title. Sometimes, after writing for a while, however, I decide to change my title or the angle of my article.
When editing, I am allowed to do this. However, the 'permalink' that I originally put in as my title remains unchanged. How can I change this, and does it significantly affect my keyword searches, and in turn, my traffic.
The url cannot be changed other than by starting a new hub and deleting the old one.
I do not follow my own advice, not yet anyway, but here it is anyway...
Write your hub offline. Then do the hubtool thing.
I think they had to change the title on my one Hub because it was the same for another hub which is ok but yeah, it would be nice if the URL auto-changed when updated
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