I'm obviously a newbie. I have completed my first hub but I don't know if I'm ready to publish it or not. I haven't signed up for Amazon or Ebay yet because I can't remember my hub URL and I don't know any way to get it other than publishing the hub then looking at the address from the hub page. If there is another way please let me know. I'd also like to sign up with some other affiliate programs and link the appropriate ones to my hub. Can I do this after the hub is already published or must it be done before?
You can add more to the story either way.
You can add e-bay and amazon anytime you wish.
You can also add videos any time
Thank you very much. I spent hours today searching the forum and just couldn't find that information. I'm sure it must be there somewhere. Again thanks (Carolyn)
The only thing you can't change after you publish a Hub is the URL. Everything else can be changed, edited or added to.
Thanks very much. I understood that Hubpages would insert appropriate Google links on my hub page. Can someone explain to me how 5 ads for Tatoo products are associated with a hub whose subjuct is an egg-free cake recipe? I'm confused.
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