If you have a hub that is one of your better performers, but has a title that isn't so great, do you go ahead and change the title or do you leave it alone?
How do you know it's not so great? Maybe that is how the readers are finding your hub. I would look at the search terms if they are available to see how your readers find the hub. You may be able to fine tune or change it to make it even more searchable, but you do want to make sure that you don't take away the key words that are being used.
Change it that way you get the best of both worlds, you get search for both titles that way.....jimmy
i have a hub that gives good traffic everyday but the title isn't sound appealing to readers. I didn't change the hub title nor add anything to it. Just leave it. Unless one day it becomes unfeatured, then i will change the title.
If the "better" title is a good one go ahead and change it. If, however, it may hurt your hub's popularity, leave well enough alone. As peachpurple said, if it harms your hub down the line, then change it.
by Jennifer Suchey 4 years ago
I know that once you publish a hub you shouldn't change the title because it affects . . . well I don't fully understand it, but I know it's not a good idea, especially established hubs. However, if I did change a title shortly after it was published, would that still not be good for some reason?...
by Sage Williams 9 years ago
Hello Fellow Hubbers,My question is not how do I change the title after a hub has been published.My question is how will this effect links that I have already sent out. Will the links automatically be updated when I change the title or will they no longer work?Can anyone help me out on this...
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
I know we can completely change our hub titles but I wondered if the first title we used is still ours or any there after for that matter even though we changed it?
by 2enjoylife8 3 years ago
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by Deonne Anderson 5 years ago
Hi!I am new to HubPages and need HELP! I joined a couple of days ago and have only been able to publish one article. I am unclear as to how postings work. I was under the impression that once I chose a title for my hub, I could just continue to add new topics. I want my Hub...
by PlayaNorte 10 years ago
I noticed that if start a hub and then change its name later that the URL name remains the same. For example, i recently published this hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Insiders-Gu … h-Car-Show which was originally titled The Insiders Guide to the Pebble Beach Car Show. I changed...
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