Is there any possiblity of getting back the 'deleted' hub, at least for some reference purpose, if not for getting it published here. If yes, what is the way out? Anybody can help on this subject?
The exact name of the hub was: http://hubpages.com/hub/IPL-2011-Season … -Streaming
It was deleted on April 28th--just 12 days back.
Use the site http://web.archive.org/
They don't archive every day, but if your hub was up for any length of time, it's probably there. The last I looked (couple of years ago), I could look back ten years or so.
Sorry but it's no longer cached on Google and the web archive doesn't have it either.
I don't think Hubpages keeps a copy so I don't know of any other way to get it back sorry.
Good idea to back up articles!
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