I wanted to create a hub on hair fall control and created the url etc and when I was in edit mode I thought I will write on how to blow dry your hair first. Can I use the same url to write the second article.
Then my url will be bushraismail.hubpages.hair-fall-contro
but the hub topic will be 'how to blow dry your hair' is it fine?
It is perfectly fine to have a different title from the url. I know this from hubpages staff. No worries, my friend, just write and change your title as you feel the need to.
What is "hair fall control"?
Sorry, cannot help. I'm not sure how you connect "hair fall control" to "blow drying hair"?
I am not connecting. I wanted to write on a certain topic but changed my mind after creating the url, can I continue with writing on another topic under the same url?
Hope you understood.
thank you cagsil
Why don't you just create a new URL for the new topic and leave the other one unfinished/unpublished until you get around to writing the specific topic the hub was originally created for.
You can write your topic with that URL. But, without a connection between content and URL, and Title, then you're not likely to get a lot of readers. And the readers who find your hub via it's URL "words", are more than likely to be disappointed with the content of the page.
Advise: Create new URL for new topic. Leave old URL for later subject matter.
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