I'm in the middle of writing a new hub, but the content doesn't match the title. Initially I...
like the title and intended to write content matching. Now as I begin to write the hub, my thoughts are going in another direction. My question is how do I change the title. I know if I change it the title will change, but the URL address will remain the same on the Internet. So what should I do? My thinking is to cut the content and paste it under a new title, and delete the title. Suggestions please!
well u r right in this...but for future i would like to suggest first make entire hub on notepad or wordpad ...once you have made it than click on start new hub..bcoz problem that you face is normal at times...for now delete and make new hub...
If you need to change the URL you have to start all over again.
If you just want to change the title, you can do that without changing the URL. Just today I faced that dilemma - I made a hub using "Angelina Jolie Movies" in the URL and Title, and then decided "Angelina Jolie Movies List" would be better. I had already started the hub, so I couldn't change the URL, but I did change the title...
And I agree with the other poster that it's always best to compose your hubs outside HubPages - that way you know where you're going before you've committed yourself!
Hope that helps
Thank you both for your answers. I actually thought the same way, but I just wanted another opinion.
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