Is there a way to contact hub administrators?
If admin tells you that your hub is substandard/duplicate/etc. and needs revision, is there a way to contact them to explain yourself, so the quality of my hub does not have to be in jeopardy? Thanks!
Yes use the link above. Hope it helps :-)
Send an email to email@example.com and explain your concerns or ask questions. I had a strange situation come up and they handled it quickly and efficiently.
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