I'm a newbie and posted my first hub earlier today. I linked it to Facebook and I know people can see it b/c I had a couple people write on my FB wall. But when I sign in and try to find my hub, I get a message saying there are no results. Is it because I am me looking for my own hub? Because if I don't sign in I can find it (I think, I'm writing this some time after the attempt but I think I had found it when not signed in)
Thanks much for your help
To find your own hub, go to "my account" and locate it that way. You'll have it located on your statistics page.
I didn't have any problem locating it. Did you follow up on Cagsil's advice. That's what I do to see any of my work. Hope that helps. Welcome to Hubpages.
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