I'm not a complainer, but I'm a bit concerned. I posted an article yesterday (2/24) and it is still in pending status after more than 24 hours. Is this an oversight, or is there something wrong with it. Help, please!
I would say yes there has to be something wrong if you have not been going into the hub, because that can delay it but otherwise my hubs seem to feature in just a couple hours at most anymore so I would contact HP.
I don't recall getting notice of your publishing but I will come have a look.
Hope someone can help you for I know you must be really anxious!
It has happened again. Is this 24-hour pending something new? Or is there something wrong that I am doing? Or maybe something right that I am not doing?
I don't think it has anything to do with what you are doing or not doing. It is probably a function of when an mturker is available to review your hub.
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