I am returning to HubPages from few year span. I forgot how to submit. Things here have changed a little from my last article submission. I have a question that I can not find the answer to....
I have my own (new) website. BUT...
In Step #2, it ask for an unique web URL...I tried my website url address, but it is not accepted. Then I tried just http://hubpages.com/workathomescams, but again it was also rejected...
Can anyone please help me! How do I complete step #2? correctly?
Thank you - newbie (again) Cajun-Country
You need to type in the exact words that name your hub. As you do, you'll see the web address for it fill beneath the box.
For instance type in red-chicken and you'll see http://www.hubpages.com/hub/red-chicken appear beneath it.
I posted a hub today and the url did not fill in automatically as it always used to.
I finally filled in my title(nospaces) and it put the HubPages url with those words.
I've never done that before, so I don't know if it was a glitch or it's a new way to do it.
Hey Rochelle, if you ever come across that again, click refresh on your browser. It should automatically reset the page, so when you type in the title, it also types in the URL.
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