I am not oly upsetgiven it's maybe half complete put entails the next Hubber Interview I was doing for next week. My Hubber doesn't even know yet, until they pick up their email.
Spelling errors, Incomplete title, typo's and 30 questions with no answers. The Interviewee's name throughout and reference to his Country - tried emailing hubpages but for me; part of the excitement of discovering details about someone is in he surprise of not just the answers but the questions that prompt them too.
What do I do?
This was and will be a good piece but an embarrassment to have work in progress featured as when we're building hubs they're all over the map.
Sorry to my interviewee,I really am who has really worked hard at this. Damn.
Anyone, how do I get it pulled? Are they not then proofread prior or featured based on traffic. Seem clear to me. But I am very tired and beg for your direction as quickly as possible
Sorry to hear that... but it sounds as though the moral of the story is: don't EVER publish a hub until it's complete! I write mine in Word first and then copy and paste chunks of text into different capsules. Works for me.
Tantrum is right Kimberly - email HP Admin and ask that they completely delete it. It's got all the wrong info, introduction and URL anyway. So Nuke it and set up the new URL and title.. but don't load anything on it until you are ready to (when you have the info). Relax.. It will be ok.
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