Should I transfer content from one hub to a new one? Story changed and filter topic is incorrect.
I published a hub containing content that has nothing to do with the filter topic and URL address I originally chose. My story will not attract the right readers. Should I create a brand new hub and transfer the contents? I can then choose the correct filter topic and give it an appropriate URL address. Story is a personal health and gender /relationship filter topic that ended up in religion! Advice?
Yes u can transfer...its good.....make one and delete the previous.......keep hubbing......
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