I tried to publish my first article but I can't tell if it has been published. How can you tell?
Hi Eric. I looked at your profile and there are currently no articles, so I'm assuming it hasn't been published. When writing an article, there should be a "Publish Now" button to use once you're done.
After you press it, it'll take 1-3 days while HubPages ensures the article is up to scrap, and then you can check its status by clicking on "My Articles" and viewing the icon by your Hub's title. A black H means it's featured, while a
black and white circle means it is not.
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