I'm in the middle of writing a new hub, but the content doesn't match the title. Initially I did
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!
That happens to be me too, when a hub does not go in the direction you expected it to. Why not just finish your hub, and then decide if a new title and url is called for.
Dont stop your directions. Let it go on as ideas come.Write the content in word first read it over and see what can be a good title-taking into account the key words and all that.
Your best bet is to just copy and paste everything into a new hub with a new title. This way the url will more closely match what you are writing about.
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