Sorry for the stupid title, but for goodness sake! I have noticed that sometimes, not all the time, but some of the hubs seem to have the wrong bio's on them! Not by accident I have to add, but by a technical hitch.
I went into a religious one of mine because someone had commented, and I spotted the fact that my bio read about something else I have written about! So I checked by signing out and finding the hub just in google, and yep there it was! so I changed it back to the original but this is not the first time I have seen this!
So, if you write something always check and double check the bio is correct for the piece!
And please can someone double check it? Ta very much!
@Nell . . . it's not the end of the world. I think that I have THREE total bio's that, depending on what topic that I use, is all that I use. No use in me cluttering my hubs with one for every hub.
I didn't think Nell means that. You need not cluster it with one bio for each hub. But make more prudent bios that suit every hub of that nature.
No, what I mean is when I check a bio on a hub say, cooking, for some reason when staff put the hub onto the cooking site, the bio gets changed and says something like 'I love studying reincarnation! It gets my bio's wrong!
I answered you in your other thread too. Just to be sure I understand, is "I love studying reincarnation" one of your other bios? Or are you saying that someone "wrote" an entirely new bio for you.
No it was mine, but for the reincarnation hubs
I never experienced like this till now.
Hello Nell Rose, Please send us links to your articles and screenshots of your Author Bio appearing on the wrong article to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take a look.
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