Every hub I've 'posted' on Twitter, when clicked, comes up "Page does not exist."
Update. This message does not come up for my own hubs, only others'.
I just tweeted your first chapter of tobacco diaries and the link is working.
Are you going over 140 charecters and losing part of the link?
Hey Arthur-thanks. No, I'm not going to the "-" zone. The weird thing is that when I'm in Twitter and click on links to other hubbers hubs I've posted, then it says the pages do not exist.
I sure hope I'm making sense here.
I just went through my list of hubbers and all the links from hubpages that have been posted today has worked.
I do not know if You are on my list, I am not sure of your twitter id
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