I just published my first hub- or tried to. Hit "publish" when I was done and got the confirmation code, entered that and when have my profile open, I can see my hub just fine. However, my status says I have "0" hubs published, and when I posted a link to the hub on FaceBook, when you click on it, it come up as an error saying that hub is no longer available. Help!
I assume you are talking about this Hub:
I think all you need to do is follow the URL above, click on "edit" and then click the green "publish" button at the top.
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