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How long does it take to review a hub that has been submitted for duplication to be approved?
I created a YouTube presentation on How to Read Nutrition Labels. I then used that content to create a hub. The hub page was published for about an hour and received a hub score of 76 with 55 views. It was then removed because of duplication. I removed the YouTube presentation and completely rewrote the hub page. I was then given permission to submit it for review. It has now been three days in review and I have not heard from the administrator. How will I know if and when my hub page will be approved or disapproved for publication?
Post this question in the forums. It will likely be seen by one of the staff and they'll answer you.
According to information on the HubPages Web site, HubPages only has 24 employees. The staff is doing an incredible job with so few staff members. I know that you're anxious to have your Hub republished, but I don't think anything is wrong. If your revised Hub is approved, HubPages will publish it for you and then send you an e-mail informing you that they have done so. If there is still a problem with your article, you'll be notified about that by e-mail, too.
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