If your hub isn't getting much traffic, can you change the title?
Even after it's published, is thi possible? Can it give your hub a new lease of life??
You can change the title, but not the URL that you created when you first published it. The "title turner" can help. I've made the mistake in the past, even had words mispelt, but yes, you CAN change the title of your hub and it can help your traffic.
Yes you can change the title of a hub after it is published.
After several weeks Title Tuner may have some suggestions for words to include in a title, that is available on your "My Account" page.
Or you can go to the hub that you want to change the title of. Click Edit on the menu at the top of the hub.
Click on the Title, you can then change the title to whatever you want.
Bear in mind that as Edgar says you cannot change the URL so some SEO benefits of title changes are not affected, because the Title now no longer matches the URL. Changing the title will help if it clarifies the subject of the hub or introduces better keywords.
Sure you can change the title anytime you want. When in the "edit" mode on your hub, click on the word edit which is next to your current title. Make the changes you want to your title, and when you are finished hit the "Enter" key on your key board. Presto, now you have a new title!
Thanks Goody5! My first hub (written with enthusiasm but ignorance of the hubculture) did not draw many readers. Trying to get a handle on all this keyword stuff, then may re-launch it with a fab new title
Yes renaming your hub using 'title tuner' in hubpages will help you to increase search through google traffic. Also you can try resharing it with your followers after you renaming it
Keywords are good for search engines. But real people may find a keyword title kind of bland.
Why not comment in a few blogs which have posted something relevant to your topic. Leave your link as the link to your Hub post.
Yes, it will give the hib a fresher look and hopefully gather more traffic
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