Dear Hubbers, I have published a hub "Blue lights prevent sleep !!!"
The hub has been accepted and in my account, and it is being shown "featured".
However, i cannot find the hub when i am going to -Explore- the topics- there is other hubs but my hub is not there. Further, when i am going to "my profile", it is showing "no featured hub yet" though the above mentioned hub is showing as featured !!
I am totally confused.
Please explain someone why this is happening.
This is the link of that hub-
http://souradipsinha.hubpages.com/hub/B … vent-sleep
Your Hub passed QAP and is featured now to search engines. However, it may take several more hours for it to show on your Profile and on the Topic pages.
It can take some time for new hubs to show up on the profile after it passes QAP.
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