I have 2 hub accounts. I said that I would answer a question, which I did. Only I did it under the wrong account. If I publish it again under the right account, I think it will get flagged as duplicate content.
1) How do I correct this so that hubpages knows I answered the question?
2) Is there a way for me to merge these 2 accounts. This is very confusing.
I do not believe there is a way to merge 2 accounts. As for republishing, you could do as bloggerdollar suggests.
Delete your hub . Pulish again but I couldn't understand why did you have 2 accounts in first place??
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