I am trying to create a hub for my company <snipped name & link>. When I try to create a hub with that name, I am told that it is already in use but when I saerch for it nothing comes up. I believe that it was previously being used and might have been removed. Is there a way for me to "claim" this hub?
Lots of URL's are taken by people who have not yet published their hubs, and there is no time limit on how long a hub can remain unpublished. All you can do is choose a slightly different URL.
For your information, posting a link to your website is not allowed on the forum.
So basically, you joined a website solely so you could get free advertising that would probably be flagged anyway? Then you come into the forums of that community and try to claim a specific article URL so that you can post your one crappy article, drag the quality of the site down, then leave?
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