I am new here. Couple of days ago I have published one hub first time and at that time I have read to wait 24Hrs until it will be published. I have no idea whether it is already published or not. How to confirm it? As I tried to search with few words but not visible in the search.
Hello and welcome to Hubpages. Your hub is technically published once you hit "publish hub". What you're probably referring to is being "featured" and that will show up under your main stats page for each hub you publish. It will be a black circle with an "H" in the middle under the featured column of your hub stats tab.
Eventually it will show up in your main profile page once it's featured. The length of time it takes to feature a hub varies. It usually takes a couple of hours for myself though it tends to be longer for new hubbers.
Good luck with everything and happy hubbing!
Thank you Chris. Later I found that it is published but no featured. In my hubs stats I have found it is a round circle with hollow inside and stats that you have to add some more details/text/interesting photos etc. But as per the topic there cannot be more details, how to explain the admin or how to deal with this type of issues?
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