I find it kind of ridiculous that I have been waiting for a couple weeks now for one of my hubpages to be published. What was the longest time you have ever had it take to get a hubpage to publish?
Hubs that need a manual review go into a queue and it takes however long it takes to get through that list. Have you just been sitting there waiting, or did you follow up with the moderators about it? They say they normally get through the queue in about 72 hours.
Relache are new accounts subject to moderation? I've seen quite a few mentions of moderation for first hubs lately.
You'll have to ask the moderators or ask every single new person who tries to publish a Hub to know for sure.
I will agree with you that it does seem that more and more accounts are showing signs of being moderated right off the bat. I have some theories as to how and why that happens, but they are based on my own observations and I know if I say something people will start spreading it around as though it is fact even if I make it really clear it's just some ideas I have.
I am waitting. I wrote my first hub the day before yesterday. And I submited it for publication.
I published a hub yesterday and it had the new pending symbol applied. It seems as though all new hubs get analyzed in the same way as those that are edited after having zzz. Mine then published/indexed as normal within 24 hours.
Noticed the hubpage in question was posted, it took a while, most likely because it was flagged by a moderator and I had to edit it and resubmit. I was just concerned because I'v had an article flagged before but it never took so long to post. But they were probably backed up.Hopefully this thread will stay up to answer a similar question someone may have.
Help! Now the status of my first hub is "submitted for publication", I submitted it 3 days ago.
None of us can help you, Betty. You'll have to take it up with the moderators.
My first hub is published, The idle status is pending. What does that mean?
And I can not find it on hubpages...
Thanks for your reply.Marlene. I read your hub and I find there are google ads in it. Do you have a google ads account before? I don't have. I have to write first and then apply one.
No. I don't have one as yet. Will write another two or three hubs before I apply.
The idle status is featured. What does it mean? I can not find my hub in hubpages.
Thank you WryLilt. You mean though the hub is published, We can not see it at once?
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