I came across a hub (Fionbad4U) in an attempt to "answer a question" and the hub was nothing,
....All I found was an empty shell. Just a name and time the hub existed(6 months). Why would a hub exist for 6 months with no hubs, no followers, absolutely void of contribution to the hubpages community???
The 6 months refers to how long ago the hub was posted-- it could have been deleted (either by the HubTeam or the original poster) shortly thereafter.
Hubs are deleted by authors when they decide they no longer want them displayed, and by the team when they violate terms of service.
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