I just published my first hub, and while it was in the "unpublished" status, the adds were approriate for my content, after I hit "publish", the adds were not at all appropriate! I panicked and hit "edit" to unpublish it. What's the deal with this? Suggestions, please.
hehe Thanks Maddie! I meant to come back and edit the link in, but lunch got busy, I was watching Borat.
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