Hi all...kinda new here and have a few hubs ready to publish soon. The perfectionist in me wonders about this...
once I publish, then is it still an option to revise my hub?
Want to get it OUT, yet want to be able to add/revise, etc. after the fact. Can I do this?
Your responses are MUCH appreciated.
And, as many times as you wish, till it becomes as perfect as is possible.
Welcome to HubPages.
You can edit, unpublish or delete hubs at anytime. One cool thing about HubPages is that you can remove your work whenever you want if you find it's not working out well for you. For example, you could delete it from here and add it to your personal blog, instead. Some other article sites have a policy that once published, it stays on the site forever. Not here! Welcome!
THANKS to all! Yes, I went ahead and published it, no problem on the first one but have made several edits on the second, still waiting for approval. LOVE this community! Thanks again...MUCHO!
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