I already 2 hubs now but the first one I created last night are not still published, my question is how ling does it take to review and publish a hub?
It usually takes up to 24 hours - assuming they are good enough. Though I find it tends to take a lot less than this now.
The official line is that it takes up to 24 hours, but have found that it is usually a lot quicker than that. Sometimes, just a few hours.
good question.I find that more or least 24 hours are taken to decide that.Do you have 24 hours pass?
I had my first featured hub published in about 5 hours, why is that? I am just curious..
This is just because there are so many hubs which are in process of getting published.Besides Hub community takes time as they are in side of quality,I see the hubs which are featured take more time in respect of other.So if you are taken much time,hope it is in theirs good list.
It usually takes approximately 24 hours. It may take a little more time if they are busy and someone has discrepancies to correct in their Hubs.
I think I got my answers.. Thanks for the replies by the way
It normally takes no later than 24 hours for a hub to publish.
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