I got a thing saying that I had to fix my hubs, but I am not sure whats wrong with them? please let me know
Usually you can travel to the hub and it should tell you at the top of the hub, what is wrong. If you need more clarification, then you should check your email. HubPages usually sends an email to the hub author about the reasons hubs need to be fixed.
If you have no such email then email them directly Team@HubPages.com
Open the hubs in "edit" mode, look at the message at the top, click it for more details. Best of luck with getting them fixed
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