I linked my hubs (2) to my facebook. I use a pin name for my hubs and didn't realiz that my facebook would show up on my hub pages. I went back to facebook and deleted where I put the links but they are still showing up on my hubs pages. How to I cancel the link?
This FAQ entry should answer your question:
If you don't want to see those Hubs yourself either, then go to your Profile page in Facebook, click the X to the upper-right of the story, and select "Remove Post and Unlike."
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