I have a typo error on my hub called http://lisln.hubpages.com/hub/Do-Animals-God-To-Heaven. I changed the title to Do Animals Go To Heaven but the address isn't correct can that be fixed otherwise it would not be good for google.
I can't find a way to contact the administrator is there a way? Thanks
There is no way to change the URL once a Hub is published. Sorry.
Oops! It is a lot of work to recreate a new hub to get the typo fixed.
The URL doesn't matter much, but if it bother you, then...
Here is the related FAQ.
Your only option is to delete that hub and make a new one.
Change the title as you have already done.
You can delete the hub and start over.
While it may be annoying for you, the URL really isn't much (if any) of a factor in SEO these days. The title and content are most important.
Oh thank you I didn't know how to see my replies. I guess I will just leave it I was just concerned about my google not being able to track it because of the typo error. Thank you again
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