On 6th May I published a new hub INSPIRATIONAL STATEMENTS. After publishing the new hub I shared it with Twitter and Facebook.
I committed a mistake while sharing my new hub with Facebook. My husband Sanjoy Sadhya's account was already signed in and by mistake I shared my new hub on his account. Now, I could see my new hub is recommended on other hubs but on account of Sanjoy Sadhya.
I know it's my mistake but what is to be done now? I want your help.
Not sure what the issue is here, but I am pretty sure that the terms and conditions of both the facebook and hubpages user agreements require you to get a divorce within the next 48 hours
by Glenn Stok4 years ago
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by Gordon Hamilton4 years ago
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by Mary Hyatt4 years ago
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by Salma Hassaballa3 weeks ago
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by Alfreta Sailor5 years ago
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by Giselle Maine5 years ago
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