I've read advice about sharing my hubs using the 'link to this page' at the bottom of the hub which includes my tracker. Is this what I should use if someone asks to post my hub to their website? The advantage of the backlink from what I understand is that google will see the same web address in multiple locations. Is this address with the tracker considered the same as the address that is used when hubpages generates the address with title at the top of the article?
The tracker places a redirect into the original web address. Can't find the link, but a member of staff basically said that using the tracker in the URL makes little or no difference to the quality of the backlink.
by Joshuad6 years ago
When creating a hub web address which one is the best, (-) or (_) or non?
by Jake Michael Peralta3 years ago
I just published a new article called "Interesting Guns in Gaming". Unfortunately, the web address for this article used the original name of the article "Top Three Guns in Gaming". Do I have to do...
by shira8 years ago
Hi everybody,I am facing some problems with creating my hubs when it comes to the 2nd section. I know that there is a way that the main title of the hub automatically becomes the web address of that Hub. But...
by Cindy Murdoch6 years ago
I own a company that provides non-medical in-home care for adults that I founded in 2002. I am considering writing a series of articles that are related to my job.I intend to include links to these articles in our...
by lenarosaleewatts5 years ago
What is a uniquique web address look like?I tried typing in the one suggested and it said no periods as itshould only contain underscores and dashes.
by Teeboy16 years ago
I am trying to publish my first hub on here. But i have got a little problem. There was a box that reads give your hub a unique url web address. Please how do i go about it. I dont want to mess up everything. I kinda...
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