I redid my submission. WHen will I know if it is approved?
If it isn't approved how can I find out exactly what needs to be changed?
If you had to submit a hub for publication then Staff will let you know either way.
If it is rejected, then you'll receive an email with regards to why.
If it is not rejected, then you'll simply find it on your statistics page with the rest of your hubs.
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