Hi, Im only new to hubpages and have just published one article. When I go into the edit view of my article the sources are shown under my pictures (eg Source : Buzzfeed), but when I go to the published version they do not appear. It just says Source.
You have to click on "Source" and it displays the info you entered.
by Poppy 8 days ago
I just published a new article, "10 Things We Want to See in Elder Scrolls VI," but it hasn't shown up on my profile. I changed the settings so all articles, not only featured ones, appear on there. According to my Account, the article is currently 'published.' It might just be lag, but...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
I have never seen this before! Analytics shows that I have traffic, but HP's traffic sources is showing all zeros. Anybody else having this issue?
by Melissa A Smith 2 weeks ago
I really want to speak to the editor that wrote this but there doesn't seem to be any way to contact them. I submitted an article for the niche site and I was just told "please incorporate sources at the bottom of your article for facts/stats that aren't commonly found." I would like to...
by JessBraz 5 years ago
Why are other hubbers profiles showing up in my traffic source?I was just playing around in the "My Account" section of Hubpages. I thought I would take a look at the "traffic sources" for my hubs. I noticed something that I've never seen before, all these links that I don't...
by Alison Graham 22 months ago
I received an email from HubPages about a recently published Hub, suggesting some changes that might mean it could be moved to Healdove.One of the suggestions was as follows:"Can you add some sources to support your information? You can create a "sources" section at the end of your...
by Alison Graham 13 months ago
Two of my articles on PetHelpful are showing as having broken links. In the first instance, when I look at the article, the link is a picture. This link http://www.sxc.hu/photo/679862 is showing as broken but is in fact clearly showing as a black cat drinking so I think this may be a 'glitch'? In...
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