first it says my hub is too short to publish then that its not long enough for any outbound links. I just want to publish can someone take a look and tell me what I'm doing wrong - hub: hiremyparents
I cannot see your hub. All I can see is your profile page. To start a new hub, just hit the big red start a new hub arrow. It will stop you and ask for a category, just follow the category and it should work from there.
HMP, we cannot see your hub until it is published unfortunately.
Make sure your hubpages has a lot of content. I am talking about one thousand words, with ebay and amazon capsules through it. Even images and or video as well.
Hubs are generally quite long and this might be why your getting the message.
Just publishing a hub for the sake of publishing really defeats the purpose. Keep working on it and tweak it, make sure you have paragraphs, good grammar and spelling. Let you imagination run free and fill that hubpage with your written word.
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