One of my hubs disappeared. This happened a year ago but I left it at that. I did not delete it. Even if I had, it should still be there in my account page but no. It just disappeared without a trace. I now want it back in circulation. What do I do?
Also, is it by any chance still in the Google cache? Try Googling the exact title and click on 'Cached'.
Did the hubpages team send you any emails informing you about this? When they hide one of my hub, they sent me an email to explain the reason.
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Nevermind can I delete this thread?
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