Why does my hub never get published?
Why whenever I publish new hub here after checking a couple of hours, I find out that it is not published due to some reasons?
As I recall, when we publish a Hub a message comes up saying that the Hub will have to be examined and, if okay, will be published within twenty-four hours. Maybe you didn't wait long enoug before checking. So, check again now.
If that is not the reason then obviously there is something holding it back. It could be something technical or it could be something to do with the quality of the Hub. For example, it might not be considered long enough.
Whatever it is, it will be something programmed by the Hubpages people. Read the rules on placing Hubs and keep trying. That's about all I can think of at this stage.
i had the same problem. when publishing look to the top right hand corner and you'll see some boxes with numbers telling you how many words are in your hub. try to get at least 800. put at least 5 pic if possible, then with each pick you want to put the url you got from. throw in like 3-4 url's in your hub as references and you should be good to go.
1. Always follow guidelines in the right hand corner when writing a hub.
2. It may need more content.
3. It may need more photos.
4. Make sure that it is informative.
5. Double check all editing.
6. Make sure that you have everything you know you can get.
7. Put some polls and videos in.
Don't get discouraged I too have that same problem. Just polish it up. Try adding more photos, a poll or more factual information. Good Luck!
by Shyron E Shenko 8 years ago
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by Poulami Barat 8 years ago
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