Creating a Hub?
on the part where it says -Give your hub a unique web address. I've typed everything possible, i typed it exactly like you have in one of your HUBS.. What's the deal? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. John
Just type the title of your hub. The system will give it the address. If the system tells you that the unique web address is already taken, it just means that someone else has published a hub with that title. Change your title a bit. For instance, if 'Going Back to College' was taken (I don't know if it is or not), then you might change it to 'Going Back to College as an Adult.'
Just tweak your title until the system accepts it, but be sure to keep your key phrase or keyword(s) in the title.
welll wen u do ur title it atoumaticllat does it so dont wrry bout it
Yes jctbay just write the title of your hub nothing else in that space and hubpages will do the rest. No http or . com or anything just the title of the hub.
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