As I update my hub - I don't get up dated dates anywhere ... is this usual? I ask because on other blogs updating dates appear automatically.
Firstly hubpages is not a blog.
Secondly, whatever date you published your hub on, will be the date listed, forever and always unless unpublished and republished, I believe.
Thirdly, no one but you can see the dates.
As soon as I come up with one thing to say I always think of something else to say.
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Hi Hubbers! Please be sure to read today's blog post about spam and product capsules. In the post, I invite you all to ask questions in this forum thread. Paul E., Robin, and myself will be monitoring the thread over the next couple of days. Ask away!
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