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How do I "name" my hubpage to refer people how to find me? I want to give it a u

  1. geneblair2000 profile image54
    geneblair2000posted 8 years ago

    How do I "name" my hubpage to refer people how to find me? I want to give it a unique name

    My hubpage has no name. My daughter has a blog that I can find each time and every time she publishes it is under her primary blog title. I would like to have that, but each time I am asked to make a new hub. How do I have a single title for my blog that I can send my followers to each time they want to find me? Thank you for your help.

  2. warrioRR profile image60
    warrioRRposted 8 years ago

    http://hubpages.com/profile/geneblair2000
    This is your profiles address when ever you publish new hub it will appear in your latest creations
    so give it this URL address to her
    http://hubpages.com/profile/geneblair2000
    .
    Take care

  3. Ign Andy profile image56
    Ign Andyposted 8 years ago

    Just wanna add a few thing:
    In many blogs you can find your article under your certain url (usually under your profile name), but here in hubpages each article is under hub category (http://hubpages.com/hub/....) and not under the hubber name.
    The season is for better SEO, if the article put under profile the url become to long and not search engine friendly. To let your visitors know all published articles the url is under profile category.

  4. Lisa HW profile image70
    Lisa HWposted 8 years ago

    Your profile, the page where your screen name shows up first, is where people will find you and all your Hubs in one place.  The URL for your profile is what you can give people, or you can give people your screen name.  Once you have your account and screen name you can't change your screen name.  What you could do, though, (if you'd like a name like "Gene's Travels", would be to open a separate account with that as the screen name (and maybe transfer your Hubs to that - and maybe even close the old account once the new one is up and running). 

    Before you do that, though, click on anyone's profile here (mine is long and has examples of the kinds of stuff you can do with your profile - so click on that to start); and see what people do with their profiles.  Your profile can be a pretty central page in a lot of ways, so it's worth seeing the kinds of things people use if for.

 
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