I have a published a hub but is not showing on the hubpages.A
Is it not showing on your profile?
Or are you talking about HubPages main features page?
If it is the latter of the two then there's a reason for it. That reason would be that staff selects which hubs are on the main page.
If you're talking about your profile? Then there's a reason for that too and that would be because the profile updates daily. Not everything on your profile updates instantly.
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