Just completed a video hub, hit publish as you do and was surprised to see two women having a chat rather than the video that I had posted! Link below (not self promotional! honest!)
Not being a big fan of TV or celebrities I have no idea who or what the show was, I went to the "proper" page for my video rather than the "you have just published a new hub" page and the correct video showed without problem.
http://leanman.hubpages.com/video/5s-Se … Sort-Video
Screenshot of the video;
Sorry to hear about the issues you experienced with a video in your Hub.
I just looked at the Hub you mentioned and it appears a different video is now present (based on the thumbnail).
Was there something you did to address the issue or did it resolve without your intervention?
Hi Matthew, it fixed itself. The video that the screen shot was taken from was there for the "you have published another hub" page with the "?done" at the end of the URL. I deleted the "?done" to go to the normal page for the hub and the right video was there.
I then backpaged to the previous page and the video was correct when reloaded.
It all seems to be fine now, although I guess there must be a problem somewhere for it to have taken up the wrong video.
I have the same thing happen on my video hub. (A hub I published several months ago)
I was told its a source of revenue - but it's really tasteless.
This is not an advert, this is where my video should be playing and when I have published others the video has been correct. The hub played the wrong video!
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