Should I delete some of my hubs and make new ones to match the keywords in the URL and the Hub Title
I have changed the keywords of some of my hubs. My Hub URL does not includes the new keywords so should I delete them?
Good question I was thinking the same thing..keep me posted
thanks Mike :0)
Not necessarily, as long as your main keywords are in the URL then you are fine. It is actually quite common to have a URL with the main keywords and then adjust the title by adding additional keywords. For example, if you notice that many people find your hub using a particular word then it's a good idea to add that word to the title.
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