Hi, I created some images for my hub and I would like to embed a link to the hub in them. The problem is that usually the link is very long and potential viewers from somewhere else won't take the time to write it in their browser. But if I added a shortened link in it, it would be more likely for them to do it.
I used bit.ly for this before but I'm wondering if there's a way to do it with hub.me short links. I wouldn't like to publish the hub first and then adding the photo (I really don't know why but I'm superstitious that way )
Thank you for your answer.
When you publish there is a box that appears with long and short url.
Hub.me is new to me. Can someone explain a bit more about what it is, please or provide a link to where I can find it?
NVM: I answered my own question. Here's the link: http://hubpages.com/faq/#Short-URL.
Thank you, Cardisa. That met my something-new-learned on HPs for the day. I don't pay enough time viewing the stats pages for each individual hub.
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