My Hub's address is crazy! Help?
So... I think I was going to write a book review and meant to, but decided to write on Literary Agents. My hub is categorized correctly, but the link says "Book-Review-Girl-With-The-Dragon-Tattoo"... how do I fix this?
Basically, once the address is set it can't be changed. The only thing you can do is unpublish and then republish the content with a new address. I find that the creation of an address can be fun. You can put just about anything in there, and since most people don't bother to look at the actual address of the Hubs they are reading, they would never know.
Unfortunately the URL is the only part of a hub that can never change, so you don't lose backlinks by changing it.
The only thing you can do is transfer your contents to a new hub.
The URL is important, because Google decides to send you visitors on that topic based on if you have your keywords in the URL, titles, subtitles etc
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