I published a hub on 1st may and it hasn't shown up yet I done one today and it is showing within minutes
If you see this message (This hub is not published, only you can see it.) on the first hub that you believe you published then it isn't published yet.
What you will have to do is go back into edit and then publish the hub,
What do you mean not shown up yet? If it is showing in your Stats as unpublished, just go back into the Hub and hit the publish button. If there is still then a problem, best to contact the HubPages team.
If it's not indexed by Google that you mean, times can differ as to how long Hubs take to index. Try a blog pinging service or create an entry(and therefore a backlink to your Hub) in a site like Shetoldme or Snipsly, as the entry will probably index quickly and your Hub will then be visible in the search engines.
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