I hope no one is getting tired of my questions...Here's another one. I have 5 hubs done now...which makes me relatively new. I presently have one of my hubs chosen for editing by Hub Pro. Can someone explain to me what that entails? Isn't it a little early for that? Thanks!
That is something that just happens if it happens, I would not worry about it. Most long term hubbers have never had anything selected.
Interesting. I did a little searching and came up with the following from the HubPages FAQs:
I think I was mistaken...I don't think Hub Pro is looking at it. Thanks for replying, though!
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