I realized a few hours after I shared my hub on Facebook that two words in the Headline were misspelled, I was mortified. I went back in and edited my hubs title and when I reposted the corrected version, the old misspelled version is the only one that pops up. Please someone help. I'm dying from embarrassment. How do I share corrected version?
Not only titles, but FB also does the same thing with images. I've put new pictures at the top to no avail, the old and completely deleted one still shows up when re-sharing. Why FB insists on doing this, I have no idea.
I don't do FB anymore, but I used to experience the same. It seemed to work if I posted the updated version at least a day after deleting the old version.
I just looked at all 4 of your hubs. I didn't notice any misspelled words. Maybe it's corrected already. Which hub went out to Facebook? Otherwise, I think the correction may come within 24 hrs. In the meantime, don't worry about it.
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