I have even "hubbed" this morning, but I cannot find it anywhere on the Internet; why?
I have written at least eight hubs; I only see just one. How about the one I just wrote this morning (Sept. 25th)?
In some sites, all you have to do is to click on "View blogs", and every single one of your blogs will appear, starting with the latest one.
In my case, I see the same one, each time I sign in. What am I doing wrong to get my latest "hub" to appear infront of me?
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