i posted my first hub day before yesterday. It was around 300 words which did not met the quality assessment. i just improved my hub and published again. I am confused whether it is published or still under review?
It seems that once a hub has been editied, the review process begins again:
Hope this helps!
I could see your hub. In fact i even posted a comment on it.
You can go to
there you can see your hub and also see the status if it shows (H) then it is a featured hub.
There are other status which are as follows
= HubProEDITOR'S CHOICE = Editor's Choice
= Featured= Not Featured - Traffic= Not Featured - Quality= Pending
▲= Traffic Rising▼= Traffic Falling= Broken Links= Ads Disabled
= Contains ViolationsCheck for Violations Now Last checked: 8 minutes ago
DeletedNot PublishedSubmitted For PublicationNeeds RevisionIrrevocable
© = Possibly Copied by Someone Else = Video Hub
Hope this info helps
What I do when I write a hub is that I aim for 900 to 1000 words minimum and include 3 different, quality photos that relate to the content itself. It seems like a lot of work, but it can be simplified if you dictate some of the hubs here. Dragon Dictate (or Naturally Speaking) are good options for this (also make sure that you have a good mic, Samson Meteor is a good option too).
Go to the link http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats
It shows the total hubs which you have published. In the last column if it is featured with 'H' symbol, it is a published hub.
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