Where to find shortened hub links? Or how to shorten your hub's link?
I mean, once you publish a hub, you would be able to see the shortened hub link to share but, where do you find that after. I can't seem to find it.
I am not sure where to find them either. But you can try going on Twitter and making a tweet with the link. This site usually shortens the link. Then make a copy of the shortened link and save it in a word or text file.
Go to the top of your Hub Page that you want the short link for and click on Stats and then when that opens up click on Hub Metrics and there as you can see in the photo will be your short URL for that particular Hub Page. I hope this gave you the answer you were looking for. Have a nice day.
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