One of my HUBS has been removed for revisision...as far as I know I have corrected the problem but it hasnt been republished ....and how come it is still getting views even though its not on my pofile ?
It still gets views if you edit the hub, or maybe staff is looking at it. If held for moderation, it may take time for the moderators to review the revised hub prior to allowing it to be republished.
Thank you for your help..I will wait a few days to see what transpires ...X
Give em at least 24 hours before contacting them again.
As many Hubs as I am seeing unpublished (every time I sign on I see links to other Hubbers Hubs that I have linked to as dead)they probably have a lot to go through.
And don't feel bad, I've been here for three years and had a Hub unpublished today that had been fine for eight months...until today.
Thanks..I didnt feal bad just bewildered as it was only a poem..as far as i can see i just put the wrong tags on it I have corrected that and I have changed the tittle as well as on reflection it wasnt quite right....hope that satisfies them..thanks again for your advice
Its now been republished ..thank you all for your helpful comments
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