When you check the status of your Hubpages, what action do you take when the link indicates broken?
Daily checks often indicate a missing Hubpage link. Who the heck keeps deleting or unpublishing their Hubs? Basically, I'm asking what you do about it?
Check to see if the link is still active or is indeed defective. You may do this easily by going to your Account page and clicking "Broken Links." This should resolve things.
Hello Ithabise ~ The easy thing to do is simply go to the Hubpage and remove the link. But, my question deals more with the lost information that supported the Hubpages authenticity or references as useful links for readers. Do you find new links?
I'm sure if you search you could find another article to link to that suits your needs.
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