I have kind of an interesting question about hub titles. Sometimes I title a hub, but then think of a better title later, so I change it, even though the link to the hub still reflects the old title? Is this a bad thing? Or should I just republish the hub so that the link title and the hub title match? Or does it matter?
There is no reason for you to delete the hub, simply change the title. The fact that the two are not identical is not a problem, as long as both the title and URL are representative of the contents of your hub.
you should keep what you originally titled as it will be a reminder for each subsequent hub...although I do wish the capability to rename URL's...
Keep dreaming for the capability of changing URLs.
As for the topic...
Title should be keyword/tag related or specific. Your URL should also be keyword/tag related or specific.
Your content should also be keyword/tag enriched, so as to gain the most benefit from your hub.
If you think up a title when you create the hub, then it also becomes your URL. However, you can change the title, but you should still have a title that is keyword/tag related or specific.
There should be enough keywords/tags within your content which is directly related or tied to your title.
I hope that helped.
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