If you click on "my account" there should be a link about the subdomain.
As the advice given above this post or the alternative is to do nothing and it will happen anyway.
It's a real simple process and nothing to panic over. I would also suggest saving the URL to your computer - for promotion purposes
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
Could someone please explain what a sub domain is and where do I find mine?I would like to sign up for Bing Webmaster Tools Verification but have no idea where I find a link to my sub-domain. Could someone...
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
Have you opted for transfer of questions to your sub domain?Did you benefit by doing so?
by Andrew Orrell5 years ago
Ok, so since the Penguin update I have sat here listening to lots of Hubbers complain of loss of traffic. Now we're not talking a little fluctuation in numbers, we are talking 80% gone overnight! For people...
by Michael Willis6 years ago
The Sub-Domain introduced to us here at Hubpages is suppose to help our hubs/writing to be separated out from the entire HP site to be...how do I say this?...judged by Google for quality and credibility by author?I...
by Debbie Roberts5 years ago
Transferring questions to my sub domain?I've not been on HubPages for a few days and I've got a new Q&A button, when I click on it I get an option to transfer my questions to my sub domain. This seems like a...
by softhard4 years ago
How can I check Alexa ranking for my sub-domain on hubpages. (i mean softhard.hubpages.com).
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