Visit your hub and copy the URL from the address bar of your browser or scroll down and use the share option to GET A LINK TO YOUR HUB option
For an easy way to copy the url do this... You can go to your account, click the hubs button where you will see a list of your hubs. Hover over the hub and you will see the URL displayed at the bottom lefthand corner of the screen.
If you want to copy the URL, just right click and press copy link location. Then right click again and "paste". This is easier than visiting all your hubs, plus it circumvents counting your own visits to hubs, which I like.
On your account page, the title of every Hub is linked to the URL. You can get the URL for every single one from there without having to visit them all.
by CMHypno4 years ago
I have noticed that when I open up some hubs to read that there is a # symbol at the end of the url.What does this mean - is it anything to do with the idling/pending/whatever they are calling it this week...
by SivadiK7 years ago
When I first made my hub public I saw a page where hubpages gave me the short url version for my hub. However I didn't copy it and I'm not seeing that page again. I was wondering where can I get it again?
by Thomas Dowling9 months ago
I give! I've searched the first 3 or 4 pages of "Getting Help" Forum and I've read the entire Link's Capsule section in the Learning Center (http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/using-hubtool). That Hub, by the...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I have just noticed today that many of my hubs where I reference other author's hubs and included a link to their profile, the URL has been shortened to just "hubpages.com" - thereby removing the actual link...
by aHappierLife5 years ago
Hi there, hopefully someone can help me, I finally just published my first hub, when I went through the tutorials I was not told that beside the blog in Hubpages i also need to have a main website. I do have one but I...
by quicksand5 years ago
I am referring to the 12 character short URL associated with every hub. Have you ever used it? Do you use it often to promote your HubPages articles although it has no SEO value?
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