I am very new to the internet marketing system and my original hub page was rejected. I have completely revamped my site but don't know how to fix it on hub pages. Do I need to delete it and set up another account or is there another way? Any help would be greatly appreciated
Mazzas, you do not have a "site" on HubPages.
You have a profile (which doesn't earn any money), where you write something about yourself. Then you write Hubs - each one is a separate, individual magazine-style article of at least 400 words.
Thank you for your advice. How now rewritten entire site. Not knowing about the hub pages I just assumed it would be a reference to my website. Now realise it has to be an individual site so have changed to that. Hopefully will now be ok to publish
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