How can you delete or go back to re-write on hubs you have already submitted?
Yes, you can delete or re write your hubs anytime. Thats one of the factors I love about being a member of Hubpages. Now you should upload your first one.
The feature to edit Hubs is not available on the mobile version of the site at this time.
You can switch to the desktop view or better yet use a desktop or laptop to edit your Hubs.
by Rahul Parashar 4 years ago
I joined HubPages 4 months ago for one and only purpose - making money and becoming rich overnight. I thought, "Of course, all I need to do is put some articles out there and money will pour down from everywhere".Fast forward 4 months, I have barely made $2 from those articles. So I...
by Zara Rasul 5 years ago
Is there a way to edit an answer once it has already been submitted?If not, do you think there should be an option to edit and answer on hubpages once it has already been submitted? There's nothing more embarrassing than realizing that one has made grammatical or spelling errors after one has...
by mariexotoni 4 years ago
When should you delete a hub?I have some hubs I wrote months ago and on average I get 0 hits a day for them. Should I just delete them? When Should you delete a hub?
by FitnezzJim 24 months ago
How do you modify a question that was submitted for publication too soon?
by Jenn 6 years ago
Just in the past 10 minutes or so I've already gotten 3 spam comments, all on the same hub! And whenever I delete one, it seems another immediately comes up!I'm sure that when I wake up tomorrow (it's almost 1 in the morning now) I'll have many more to delete. Ugh, is there a way to stop these spam...
by Dawn Denmar 4 years ago
I have just reviewed a hub I posted a few days back which had been rejected (well was the subject of a substantial rewrite request which I was not prepared to do.....) by Demand Media for their Synonym account. I posted the piece as written for Demand to HubPages and when I checked it just now I...
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