1. Is it possible to allow for the hub title to be changed once created, i.e. could there be a 24 hour period when this was possible, once created but before publication.
My reasoning is simple;
a. I tend to write freestyle, i.e. what I start out writing may not match what I end up with, and that can mean that the title could be better after the hub is created.
b. Once the hub is created the Google keyword analytics may suggest better titles, when they analyse the page.
2. With hub stats on our pages (or in the profile page) could HP not put an average page view graph for the overall hubpages analytics. This would enable hubbers to see how their hubs were doing in accordance with the average traffic measured.
ah yes i often change the titles, just go into edit mode.... it may not show up on the page as different but when you publish it then it will good luck
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