I Publish 2 Hubs Successfully but after 1 hrs i am checked my account so there is a problem to my hubs is that my publish hubs are published but there is no pending sign shown in front of my hubs, so i edit my hub and done some amendment here and republish so any body tell me what"s the problem here.
I think your hubs are published. It show one for 3 hours ago and one that was published 5 hours ago.
If you look to the right hand side of your account next to the hubs title, two arrows that look like they are going around in a circle mean they are pending.
If an H is behind them, it means they are published and featured. That means they are published and will be indexed by Hubpages.
If it is blank, you'll need to do more work on your Hub and then try again.
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