Suppose I want to edit the title of my hub, will it be right thing to do it?
As I've noticed that if I change the published title the URL does not change, is it OK with the SEO to get traffic?
Suppose I want to add something new in my hubs then how should I add that point so that SEO can make out some extra things have been added?
Help and Thanks!
You can change the title of your hub the URL cannot be changed.. The title is more important though, it is good to have your URL close to the title of your hub.
Your title should be search engine friendly.
When you add fresh material to your hub it gets crawled by google bots.. if need be you can ping it.
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