Today i see that my 5 hub needs revision.Then i revision my hub and i see that there was a problem in my hub.After that i solved this problem and click submit for publication 10-11 hours ago. But now i see again submit for publication which i see 10-11 hours ago.Does anyone know when i see that this hub is published?
At the bottom of your Hub Statistics dashboard is a color key which tells you how the different colors indicate the status of your Hubs.
Typically it takes between 12 and 24 hours for a hub submitted for publication to be published, but it can take as long as 48 hours (especially on weekends). What I'd recommend is that you simply follow the HubPages Rules in the first place, that will allow you (and us) to avoid this burden altogether.
by And Drewson 7 years ago
We need an indication of what link is causing this error.Either that, or a list of sites that are prohibited. Expecting us to go through every link HOPING that we find the offending link is a waste of our time.This kind of message is not helpful."This hub contains prohibited promotional links,...
by Warren Clark 6 years ago
I find it kind of ridiculous that I have been waiting for a couple weeks now for one of my hubpages to be published. What was the longest time you have ever had it take to get a hubpage to publish?
by twaye 7 years ago
every time i submit my hub for publishing it always comes back telling me that i have to revise it. i am new to hubbing can anybody tell me how to get my hub published?
by Eiddwen 6 years ago
I have just published a hub as always but today instead of saying it's been published;it says that it has been submitted and will be published as soon as someone has reviewed it. Is this a new feature or not ??Eddy.
by Charles James 6 years ago
I was quite excited, and hopeful about this new feature. Now, am very frustrated.A New Hub was created/published 31-Aug-12 and cleared 1-Sept-12. That was a week ago.If the algo is going to make it so Hubs must wait until Next Crawl, then a. am caught between a rock-hard place, in Limbo. The Hub is...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 8 months ago
Is a new hub automatically considered for a niche site without me doing anything? I am not sure what the rule is about this.
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