I just got a message that my Hub Page is no longer being published. It is about balance transfer credit cards and I have been putting fresh, original content on it daily since I created it three days ago.
There is no explanation as to why it is no longer published. Does anyone have a clue on why this has happened?
sometimes when editing a hub you can click by mistake save this hub unpublished or unpublish now, go back to your edit screen where you should have an option to publish it again. hope that helps.....jimmy
Wow! That's exactly what I did. I had no idea. I'll have to be more careful from here on out.
Thanks alot for your help Jimmy.
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