This is my fourth hub and the others published quickly. This one says I have had two visits but it's written in red which I think means that it is not published. Did I do something wrong? What can I do to fix it?
I check all of them they are all working, BTW, I read the three articles and commented on them
All four hubs are published, because I went to all four.
However, the Journal entry is extremely short. It might be a sub-standard Hub.
I would suggest add more to the Hub. Like a news feed or some else to ADD content to the hub. I'm not exactly sure, but that seems the only problem.
I would also recommend you visit the Extreme Hub Makeover forum, so you can get advice about your hubs. Other members will help you by being critics, and share their knowledge.
You can use this link: http://hubpages.com/forum/23
Thank you both!! I just couldn't understand why that one was written in red when the others weren't. I guess I don't have to worry about it, though. Thank you for your advice!
Okay-I cannot count. It's my fifth hub-Internal View of Healing Part I that isn't published. Even the published date is blank. Either I messed something up publishing it or HubPages has declined to publish for reasons I would like to know.
It probably happened during the editing process, like a browser page refresh or anything can do that. Try to push edit, then publish it again.
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