After writing new posts, I promote them on Facebook. I saw a typo in the link to my updated title, so I waited. Two days. I've tried re-updating the entire title, etc.
The title of my blog is "The Surprising Plot Twist That Will Save 'The Walking Dead." When I try to link it to Facebook, it comes up "The Surprising Plot Twist That Will to Save 'The Walking Dead." How do I get rid of the word 'to'? Here's the link (it's my old working title): http://hubpages.com/entertainment/The-C … its-Preque
Have you tried Facebook's Object De-Bugger?
Copy/paste your link into it and it should show you where the problem is. Often times once you run a Hub link thru here it takes care of itself.
I wish there was a link that would fix the description. FB messes that up on my website every single time. The site is hosted by Blogger, so we are not exactly talking nonstandard design or HTML usage here.
by Eugene Brennan 4 weeks ago
What are my options if a moved article no longer ranks for its title?I've tried changing the title several times, but to no avail. The site diversity thing occurred unfortunately just after the move.
by diyomarpandan 7 years ago
I think the problem lays in how you're attempting to post the link on Facebook and actually has nothing to do with HubPages.Having said that- There are two ways in which to share a hub on Facebook.(a)You click on the share section on the hub and then click Facebook. This will have a pop up...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
I am of those people who has a terrible time getting my titles right. Recently, I've come up with a new strategy which has made it easier, and may help you guys, too.I open my word processorI open the Google Keyword Tooland I open https://moz.com/blog/new-title-tag-guid … eview-tool which...
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We made a small update to the Hub Stats Keywords tab today. If you have a reasonable amount of search traffic to your hub, it may now you show you a list of words that appear frequently in those searches but are not contained in the Hub's title. This information may be useful for fine...
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
Today we rolled out My Photos and the Title Tuner, two new Beta features that are available under My Account.In My Photos you have access to all the photos you've ever uploaded to HubPages. You can organize them into albums, add a description to them for later use, search them, and easily use any...
by Bronwen Scott-Branagan 6 years ago
If I add a link at the bottom of a hub and the title has an apostrophe 's', it comes out like this:Poem: A Stay-at-Home Mum's Quiet DayIs this how the readers see such titles? If so, what can I do so that it makes sense, please?
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