umm hi i was wonder ing it says that choose a unige title 2 ur hub wat do tht mean
When you write a unique title for your hub, the URL will be automatic. You don't have to worry about that. For example, if your title would be "10 ways to build muscle" the URL would be http://hubpages.com/name of your profile/10-ways-to-build-muscle.
this would be the URL
Are you sure that the message was "choose a unige title 2 ur hub"? I don't think so.
Now, to answer your question with a question: Have you actually THOUGHT about what that means? If you have and you still do not understand, maybe HubPages is not for you.
To choose a unique hub, means to choose a hub that's different with flare, one that capture a lot of attention and one that no one esle has. To choose a unique hub means to choose one that's totally awesome and creative that it stands out, on it's own in a class by itself. creativeone59
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