I now have 3 articles that have been hubpro edited and none have been moved. Can anyone help me or tell me how to contact admin. I seem to get sent in circles trying to contact for help. One has been there and corrected over a week, one a week and the other is at least 6 days since changes were made. Please help, thank you.
If you were notified they were HubPro edited and you weren't asked to make any changes, then you don't need to do anything. It can take a couple of weeks for them to be moved. Just occasionally, they change their mind about moving them (I have one like that).
Hi, Marisa. Thank you very much. I will wait longer and see. Have a good week.
I read/sent your reply to your email this morning.
Keep in touch.
Hi Terrie, I see a few articles that were recently edited, but they have been moved to network sites. Are you referring to submissions or HubPro edited articles. If you want to leave the link to the articles, I can take a look. Thanks!
Hi Robin, three are sitting, have been edited and not moved. I have never had it take longer than a week. All three have been there longer now. My other conservative is all my HubPages hubs were reedited and I got a warning and took a look using grammerly for the second time. I had to change them all again. It was like they had been reset back to before. I think something is wrong. Now all my scores have dropped.
Ops concern was the word. My huber score changed 9 points, how is that possible when my hub views are up?
Can you leave a link to the three articles? I'm not seeing it on my end. Thanks!
I tried to send you an email on 4 Styles of Acrylic Painting, but I don't think you got it. I'll try Fan Mail.
Ok thank you. I can look in email and see if it's there.
Hi Maria. I got your email. Hubpro has already edited my work. And it just hasn't been moved. Are you a pro editor for HubPages. My problem is I make the edits they ask them they just sit. I use grammerly to fix and edit. Then later the problems are back. I was wanting help with why this happening and how can I change it or fix it. Thank you.
Hi Terrie. Thanks for giving me the articles. All three were snip edited by a moderator and weren't HubPro edited. I can see where that would be confusing, but HubPro edits are a bit different. Snip edits may happen when an article is about to be moved to a Network site but not always. Let me know if you have any questions. You are welcome to submit those articles if you'd like them moved. Thanks!
Thank you Robin. How do I keep my article from reverting back to before I used grammerly to help with grammer and punctuation. I don't understand why they reverted back and what has made my score so low when I am now more active and making more money?
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