I'd submitted three articles to day but none of them, published. Why?
I see that you have one hub already published, but you will run into problems with HubPages with that hub for two reasons. The first is copyright violation. Yesterday by Lennon/ McCartney is copyright protected, so you can't perform it on HubPages. The other problem is that your hub is in a blog style and may be seen as purely personal.
As for your unpublished hubs, it may be that they have similar problems that have been flagged.
Generally, hubs need 24 hours at least before they will be published. On your account, see the status of your hub. If it says pending, then wait till that pending icon is no longer there.
Really? I've never had a hub wait to be published. They're published instantly with the message "You've published another hub" or something like that. What would be the point of a hub remaining unpublished for 24 hours? "Pending" is something completely different.
@Chasmac-I experienced that lately with my last 4 hubs. I don't know the reason exactly but one time one of my hubs appeared in Hubpages feed immediately after I published it but when I checked its status it was still pending (with that reversible arrow icon) then the next day I checked it got that square yellow icon. Strange! I thought everyone goes through the same with their hubs.
"Pending" doesn't mean that it's 'not yet published',Astralrose (love the name, by the way) just that it's 'not yet active'. Your hubs were published when you submitted them. Anyone could read them if they visited your profile or saw them on their feed. That seems not to be the case with selmi001, whose hubs are unavailable to all. They aren't published, probably for the reason that psycheskinner gave.
I see! Now that makes sense! Selmi001 has to do something about his hubs otherwise what the others are saying here could be the reason why his hubs are not published.
Thanks for liking the name, Chasmac (makes me wonder what your name stands for).:-)
Every time, I published an article. I warned to be spamming. What's wrong with that?
You hubs will be published straight away unless you are on moderation (you can go to the url and see them). They will not be indexed with Google and pushed out for a day or so.
It sounds to me like OP is on moderation and needs to write a few damn good hubs to get off it. perhaps by taking up the offers of proofreading that some of us have already made.
If he does not, I feel it may be correct that this is not a place he will be successful.
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