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Changing names of article?
In order to change a name of a article already written and publish will the article have to be written over and go through the process of being feature?
No, you an just go into "edit" and change the title. I do it all of the time to see if a tweak can increase traffic.
by Bob Bamberg4 months ago
I changed my bio on one hub to accommodate that one hub, but now that bio appears on all of my hubs. Is there a way to restore my original bio on all of the other hubs without having to do it one at a time?
by My Esoteric2 weeks ago
Somehow my fingers slipped and changed the normal hub template to one that is reverse color. I have no idea how I did that or how to undo it.Has anyone run into this?
by marriedwithdebt6 years ago
I understand that we can't change our usernames, but we should be allowed to make tweaks that don't change our domain structure.For example, my name is marriedwithdebt - this is how it shows up on HP.If I had known...
by Jonathan Wylie4 years ago
If you go back and update an article that is not getting many views, do you change the title? If so, does this change the URL, and basically make it a new article in the eyes of search engines?
by lifedancer7 years ago
Sparks of change in the Middle East make me wonder why U.S. people are so complacent about the economic crisis that deregulation of banking and investing caused the world. Why are they not holding there...
by Dr Mark2 months ago
Do the titles of your article tell the reader what is in it, but do not encourage a reader to click to read more? In the past I have read that titles should be simple but it now appears that titles should tell the...
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