is there a way to change the URL for a particular Hub? I have one Hub in particular that is being associated with all the nipple pics, accidentally I think because of its URL Octopus_Tree_Eats_Car.
you can't change the url but you can change the title...jimmy
I have changed the title to giant squid tree eats car, but it hasn't helped, I think because of the url. It seems to me that it is the only possible reason for the association. thanks for the suggestion. I was wondering if it could also be because I had a tag on it "images"?
by Helen Laxner39 hours ago
I've noticed that Hubpages doesn't update the Url to my articles after I've made a title change. Does this cause problems with google or search results or possibly lower ranking because title and url don't match?
by Amber Slater6 days ago
Hi again (lol geeze eh!?)I changed the title of one of my articles and published it this morning, but after, noticed that the article link was still attached to the original title. Is there a way to change the original...
by DatsNice5 years ago
If I revise my hub, how do I change the URL so it matches the title?
by Andrew Nuske4 years ago
Yesterday, I created a hub on a specific topic and I only wrote in the title and put it in it's category. I got tired and saved it as it was. I planned to start back on it today. Today I changed the title (and topic) of...
by Kelly A Burnett3 years ago
SEO is a hard science.and yet we are not able to update/change/amend our url readily, Yes, we can re-write, re-create but wouldn't it be nice to write a hub, then do the SEO and amend the url?I am not good with SEO and...
by Jake Michael Peralta3 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do...
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