a permalink is a permanent URL that will take you to the different individual pages of a website or blog. Just like each URL of your hubs would be a permalink. It's the link others will use to refer to your hubs and articles. If you were to send an email for a friend to see your new hub, the link you would send is a permalink to your hub.
Each unique URL above would take you to a specific individual page of the site and are also considered permalinks.
I hope this helps.
Hi Thanks for replying so that means the permalink over here at the forum page when readers click on it will refer to your hub??
A permalink is just any address that doesn't change. A non permalink example would be an advert that changes each time you refresh.
If someone wants to view your hubs they would need to click your name which would take them to your profile where your hubs are displayed.
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