I'm trying to add a link to a hub on ezinearticles, but they're saying that my URL name is too long. How do I find that shortened version of the URL that we have for each hub, the one that has kind of a code after it? Thanks.
Go to the bottom of your hub and hit the "Share it" button. Click "TweetThis" and you'll see in the generated tweet the shortened URL. We don't make this version of the URL easily accessible because it's not as good for SEO purposes as the whole original URL.
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