What happens when after grabbing an exclusive title hub your hubscore goes below 80?
My hubscore right now is 84 and I grabbed an exclusive few days back and I think I won't be able to publish it before we go for vacation although I am trying. Because of this I won't be active on hubpages for at least a month, what happens then to my exclusive?
As long as you have the exclusive title, even though unpublished, it is still yours and will be there when you get back. A month vacation? That sounds wonderful!
I see! Thanks a lot, Victoria! I feel relieved now...whew! Yeah, not really full vacation but I call it visa-vacation! :-)
LOL! That's great that you and Visa can take some much needed time. Glad I could answer your question.
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