Good day everyone!
Can I ask an acknowledgement receipt from HP that I have published professional or research materials?
Please explain what you are looking for. Acknowledgement receipts are given when you make an exchange such as when materials of some kind are delivered, either physically or electronically.
If you are referring to some kind of receipt for posting hubs, posting a hub is self-publishing. It's more like making a blog post than like a company or individual buying your article. When you make a sale of rights to a publishers, there will likely be a few receipts exchanged. However, when you post to your blog or post a hub to HubPages, you aren't selling any rights. In the second case, you're just allowing HubPages the right to serve ads on your content in exchange for hosting your content. The published hub itself is evidence that you are allowed to post it on HubPages.
If you have published here, you are not professionally published. There is no oversight or standards here, such as is established for actual quantified and qualified research publishing.
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