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 Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Have you opted for transfer of questions to your sub domain?Did you benefit by doing so?
by Andrew Orrell 6 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 who use Hubpages as a form of income, this is a serious issue. Up until...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 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 please explain this in simple language please? I do have a photographic...
by Eugene Brennan 15 hours ago
Until this is implemented, is there any alternative?Maybe allow us to use HTML, "sup" and "sub" tags?
by Michael Willis 7 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 noticed after a slow beginning the first couple of weeks, after I made the...
by softhard 5 years ago
How can I check Alexa ranking for my sub-domain on hubpages. (i mean softhard.hubpages.com).
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