There are no 'edit', 'stats', or 'delete' tabs at the top of my PetHelpful hub.
All the "Related" PetHelpful hubs are unrelated. People searching for saltwater aquarium topics aren't going to find freshwater aquarium topics related anymore than people searching for cat topics will find dog topics related.
Pinterest says "Oops! Sorry! We blocked this link because it may lead to spam."
Even the old pin with the HubPages URL is blocked by Pinterest which says, "Sorry! We blocked this link because it may lead to spam."
The edit and stat buttons appear when you are signed in to pethelpful.
Thanks. I wasn't aware we had to sign in to PetHelpful separately because I was able to edit my PetHelpful hub from my HubPages account page. How odd.
I noticed the same thing. Seemed odd to me as well. I just really noticed by accident.
Today's Hub of the Day is a pet hub, but it isn't on PetHelpful. Consider the message that sends.
Looks like that Hub hadn't been reviewed for sites yet. I've just moved it. Thanks for pointing this out.
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