If the URL to one of your hubs is too long, is there a way to get a shorter one?
The URL for one of my hubs is too long to link from another site, so I'm just wondering if there's a way I can shorten it? (And preferably still be able to use my referral tracker.)
Do let me know if and when you find it ... Because my Laptop was "fed" Malicious Software by some idiot out there ... and perhaps a shortened URL might help me open the forwarded URLs ...
no idea, i would suggest you go to http://hubpages.hubpages.com/ and click "ask a question" and see if hubpages can answer. Good Luck!
Yes. Every hub you create automatically has a short URL created for it. To find it, go the hub that you want the URL for. Click on the Stats button on the top of the hub. After that, Click on the "hub metrics" tab. The short URL for this particular hub should be displayed there.
Referral trackers are inserted after the .com just like you normally would on a standard URL.
Try to twit your hub url and you will have shorter version to post on twitter!
You can use this website This will do everything for you Just copy and paste tinyurl.com
Thanks everyone (and professionalhub in particular) - tinyurl.com did the trick.
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