Why is my hub not being published? It says my links are prohibited, but they are not. I don't know how to link now. I don't see any point in spending all my time writing a hub when I can't get a link for my efforts
Here is a link from the Learning Center (at the foot of the page) that is about links and prohibited links, if the answer is not in that article it may be in one of the others in the learning center.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … r-Products
Only admin can view an unpublished Hub, so the only way you'll really get specific feedback on the links that are giving you trouble is if you contact them for further information.
How on Earth do you contact them. I've tried replying to two emails and they just get sent back. Next to Microsoft, HubPages is the next difficult source to contact.
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