I created a new hub and submitted for publishing. It said, it has to go through some moderation befdore being approved for publishing and asked me to wait for 48 hours. I did wait and today, I see that my page has not been published and it needs improvement. What is this about? I can understand the criteria for featured hubs but this? Can someone explain this new practice? Thanks!
It looks like, because you have not yet published five Featured Hubs, you are still in Boot Camp, which means that Hubs that do not meet our minimum quality requirements will not be published.
You can read about Boot Camp and the Quality Assessment Process here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Featured-Hubs
Hope that helps!
This is the new procedure. Everything goes through a "quality assessment procedure" and getting rejected on the first go is not unusual.
HI Simone, I see it published now. Thanks for the information. I will go through the link.
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