My new hub isn't showing up in my profile. I have it set to now show up until it is featured, which it is. I also set it to rotate in my carousel and it is not.
The hub is 10 Reasons You May Feel Fatigue
Sometimes featured hubs and accolades are updated at a later time after they are obtained.
I am not sure why. If your Hub was featured recently maybe it will show up in short time.
If you want to show up even if it featured or not or simply to show up in your profile page before Hubpages update the thing up.
Follow these steps: Go to : hubpages.com/my/profile/profile and scroll down to the part where it says: "Show only Featured Hubs on my profile:" and check the radio button "no" . Save the new config and after that you will be able to see all your hubs in your profile page. Updated or not. Featured or not. If they are published you will see them there
It takes a few hours before it appears on your profile. It used to take even 24 hours before it showed up, but HubPages must have speeded up the process. You should see it in a few hours, if not then you should worry.
I can see that hub on your page - it doesn't seem to be in the "in the spotlight" section yet though, if that's what you mean.
In the spotlight we can only have 6 hubs. And we can choose which one in our profile settings page
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