I have a Hub that I just can't get published.
So, I would like others to have a look at it in order to get comments on how to improve it, but when I share the link it others can't see it because it is not yet published.
Is there a way .......??
Thanks Casdisa !!
I made a Google document and that works great.
I also made a new discussion for it, so here it is:
Number 1 issue with the hub is the amount of Amazon links. Unless this is a sales hub (which it's not) you don't need so many products. For that particular hub choose two or three products.
Next, edit your first capsule. Remove the "??" from the subheading. Suggestion:
Back in the day postcards were the ultimate way to send greetings. Everyone had them; posted to their walls, in an album or forgotten somewhere in a drawer.
Postcards were always sent and received on birthdays, Valentines, Day, Christmas, Easter, you name it; even just to say thank you.
Also add some suggestions on how to make your own postcards at home.
Try my suggestions and let keep me posted.
Is that an affiliate link? If so remove it.
You have to copy the content and then send as an email or share it on forums. It is not possible to share an unpublished hub link.
Hello to all of you. I finished my first hub and published it (I guess) but I don't know what does it mean hub in the spotlight and not featured? Does it mean that it is not published or what?
I usually don't do this but if you can give me some advices about the hub.
Unless you get 5 featured hubs it wont appear any where on HP if it is not featured. I was always so afraid that they would delete hard work that I never let it happen. Try to keep that in mind. I know its been two day and you may have 5 or more featured by now, but my advice will still stand. I will check your profile after posting this so if it does not apply feel free to disregard.
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