If an article becomes published will it appears after searching?
by Jason B Truth 2 years ago
This situation really has me disturbed. I am a new Hubber, and I have come across a website that appears to have my Hubpage article published on it under a different name. That name is "mira mc" , who is not me. This is the link to that...
by Victoria 6 years ago
How long do I have to wait before my first "hub" article becomes published and starts to earn?
by Dr. John Anderson 4 years ago
When I save an edited a hub, the saves appear in edit mode. But, the changes do not show in the published version. This applies in both Chrome and Mozilla and is not fixed by refreshing. It appears as though the published page is a version behind i.e. it is reflecting what was a saved previously...
by Jon Tremain 9 years ago
I've been fighting the plagiarism battle for 3 days. I wrote several different articles and was accused of plagiarism( 2 of my first 3). I'm not sure who makes that call, but these are original content, written by me. I use several pen names. I think it would be easy to clear up, but there doesn't...
by elsiebeth 2 years ago
What is the difference between an article and a hub? How does an article get to be a hub?
by Pamela Skelton 6 years ago
I "liked" two of my hubs to Facebook, but one appeared and one did not: what is the problem?
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