How do you change the permalink on a hub article?
Or would you have to unpublish the article, then re-publish it like a new one?
The URL for each hub is the original title you give the hub. As far as I know, the only way to change it is to republish it.
The URL of your hub is the only part you can't change after it's created.
by Jake Michael Peralta 4 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do something before publishing?
by aeraaf 5 years ago
Is there a way to change the permalink of a hub after it's published???how to change the url of hub after it has been published.
by Tim Anderson 7 months ago
After going through the process of starting a new Hub article, several times I changed the title and subject matter before submitting to HubPages. I have noticed the URL continues to use the original title, i.e., "Dolly Parton Trivia," whereas I actually changed the article about...
by somethgblue 7 years ago
What is the average page view per hub article?Of all the hub articles published on Hub Pages what do you think the average page views per hub is? I can tell you that of my 60 published Hubs that the average is 188, but how does that equate with the rest of you?
by Miriam Parker 4 years ago
How to change permalink because the title is different.Is there any way I can change the permalink? I changed the title while I was working on it, but it still has the old title in the permalink. Do I need to re-do this page with the new title?
by austere125rivers 7 years ago
I searched for my first article - I have published here - on Google I could not find it . Why the search engine couldn't find it.I did publish the same article in an another small site, and both Google and yahoo search engines are only able to find the article published in the small...
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