I noticed that when I edited some hub titles the hub url remains the same. How do I change my hub url?
I've heard both. Either that you title is more important or that the hub URL is more important. I really don't know.
Both are important. I don't think one is more than another, but with both together, you have two powerful elements of on-page SEO in place.
That said, if your URL doesn't have your phrase in it, you should still be able to rank for it. This is where backlinks come into play
Both the URL and title are important. Your primary keyword be in the URL, title, at least once in the beginning of the text, one or two more places in the text and I also like to put it in at least one capsule title as well.
Don't worry about any extraneous words. If your primary keyword is "healthy dog food", you can have a URL "http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-buy-healthy-dog-food" and a title "healthy-dog-food-reviews".
by DjBryle6 years ago
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by Kelly A Burnett3 years ago
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by Sanjay Sharma3 years ago
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by yoshi977 years ago
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by Jackie Lynnley2 years ago
I know we can completely change our hub titles but I wondered if the first title we used is still ours or any there after for that matter even though we changed it?
by Jake Michael Peralta2 years ago
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