by Bev G 10 months ago
Hope all is well.
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by Ron Montgomery 9 years ago
Have you seen this man?
by DesignsbyLisa 7 years ago
I posted my very first hub today. It shows up under my profile, but it's not out there anywhere. Does it have to get approved first? Please help. It is under "Farms & Farming" then "Cooperative Farms" called "Coffee Field Workers in...
by Jennifer Maurer 9 years ago
I had the distinct honor of coming in 2nd place as a Hubnugget a couple of weeks ago, and was told that my hub would be mentioned in the weekly Hubpages Newsletter. I have not seen or received the letter though. Can someone tell me how to obtain this? I have allowed (in settings) for emails and...
by nick071438 6 years ago
I have tried submitting a hub with a revised title, "Teenage unwanted pregnancies, a curse or a blessing? ..." to Google Webmaster Tools. I was advised to verify the ownership of the site with the hub originally titled "Updates of Teen Parents given Publicity". ...
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