I need to know how to find out what my domain name is for this site. I need to know this in order to activate my links on my websites. Any help that you could possibly give would be greatly appreciated.
Hi there, If you click on my profile at the top left of your screen. Then copy and paste the URL shown in the web browser this will be your hubpages URL, and should read something like this:www.hubpages.com/profile/reggaegirl12000
your profile page is your 'domain' name.
the link will bring them to your profile page as a starting point, or you can link directly to one of your hubs once written.
you can fill out your profile with info and once you have hubs written, they will be listed on your profile page.
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