I inadvertently built out a hub under the wrong URL..and I cannot change it...I really don''t want to C & P the whole thing....So which is more important for being found...., title or domain w/extension ???
Title is more important, by far.
There is a lot of debate among webmasters as to whether URL matters at all. I know one successful internet writer who maintains it's unimportant, and he's managed to rank #1 based purely on titles and SEO.
I did the same thing about 10 months ago. It did not matter. The hub is one of my best, and gets plenty of views. Probably no one but me even noticed!
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