I wrote my new blog on 1/1/13. Hubpages said it would take 24 hours to analyze and post my new published blog. So far I haven't seen anything. I made sure to make it so if my article wasn't featured it would still be put on my page. Can anybody help me find out what's going on?
Welcome to HubPages!
I just looked at your account and see two incomplete Hubs that look like you have not yet published them.
That's weird. I pressed " publish" when I completed the hub. Was there something I missed?
It looks like you found the button as I see you now have two Hubs that you published today.
I'm following this forum thread, so please post if you are still having problems and I can try to help.
I would suggest calling it a hub, not a blog.
If you go to your account you can see if it is still pending or if it has been withheld from publishing due to a problem with the content.
welcome to hubpages and good luck !!
if you see on the hub , what went wrong , you can revise and then publish it !
Go to your account page under your url, you can check your account this way it takes up to 24 hrs they say.
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