Depends on you, if you don't want dashes( - ) in your hub URLs, you can always remove them while creating the new hub. When you start a new hub, remove the dashes from the step 2 text box which is automatically generated.
But for that you will have to write a hub, so you better start writing.
Either works. Some authors have a preference for one or the other.
But search engines are going to look primarily at your written content and not the URL when it comes to judging a Hub.
by anglfire6937 years ago
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by shinujohn20089 years ago
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by Michelle Cesare7 years ago
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