Okay, I am currently feeling like a total idiot.
I answered a request. Or at least I think I did. I wrote a hub in response to a request. It's the first of what will probably be a five part series dealing with how to use Wordpress blogging platform (details, not just the basics like I published before). Badco had asked for help with WP and so I was responding to his request.
But for some reason it isn't showing up as an answer to the request. Can this be fixed? Is there a way for me to edit this? If not, is there a way for the staff to edit it?
I am sure that it doesn't really matter. Ugh!
You know I was trolling through requests the other day and thought of how perfect it'd be for you.
I actually e-mailed badcompany99 about it to let him know I was working on it. I started two days ago and I *swear* I hit the "reply to this request" link but darnit, I must have jumped the gun on something.
Frustrating. Anyway, I'm going to get to work on part two!
Well, I thought it'd be perfect for you. Have you emailed the Hubpage team? Surely they could have given you some advice or done something about this matter internally.
I hadn't even thought about that! I guess I'm in a ditzy mood today. Not enough sleep and a lousy day outside.
I'll do that, thanks for the suggestion, RK!
When I did this, I started a new hub and transferred the information, but I found my mistake before I had published the first one. Don't know if that will help or not.
It's kind of long and complicated to do that. Besides, I've already published it. I just got done e-mailing the team, so hopefully this can be fixed. I really don't know how I managed to make this kind of a mistake. I sat staring at that request for twelve hours before I began to answer it.
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