How do I create a link on my email so that friends can just click and visit my hub page without my having to type the long url for them.
It depends on the email account your using. On most free services (Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo etc) there will be the little hyperlink button (the chain symbol) like in the hubpages text editor. High light the keyword, click that and copy paste the URL in the box that pops up.
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