When is deletion necessary when changing a title to an existing hub?
When I edit my title after an initial save, I noticed the hub address doesn't change. Is it better to delete the hub and start over with the new title (for Google search purposes), or is there a way to correct the hub address without deletion and restarting?
You know what, I never noticed anything like that. I just changed my title and that was it.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention or mine anyway
(cont.) "Are these the words someone would type into a search engine?" of course not, so I changed it to: Comma Usage and Syntax. The address for the hub, however, still shows . . . /Conquering-Those-Confusing-Commas.
So, if I want to optimize my chances of this hub being read, I'm thinking the hub address should be changed, too.
Anyone from Hub Pages team care to weigh in on this?
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