My friend set up and published his Hubpage today. Under "my profile tap" it says that the site was published.
However, while sined in, everything is there it in his site except it says: "this hub is not published and only you can see it"!
And when externally you try to reach his page you get : Sorry, this page is no longer published".
He followed the guide - also sent e-mail to their support but no response or explanatins!
Any ideas what happened?
click on edit then click on publish this hub it should work.....jimmy
Thanks for quick reply. He has done that.and gone around a circles.
In bold red letters it say:
:Sorry, you no longer have permission to publish hubs.You can still save ... contact team@hunpages.....for questions.
No response for past 2 hours.
Possibly a waste of time?! ;-)
More likely, it will take longer than 2 hours for them to get back to "him"
It sounds like your friend has been identified as a trouble maker of some sort, most likely for some action taken on the site in violation of the rules. The two most likely violations that would cause a new user to get banned quickly are making promotional posts in the forum or in hub comments. Trouble makers are at the bottom of our list when it comes to getting support, so my suggestion would be to send one email to firstname.lastname@example.org and just wait. Your friend might not get a response until Monday or Tuesday.
He moved on to something less taxing ;-)
As new comers, so far only I am having a good experience.
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