One of my hubs was rejected because it included a lot of song names and therefore showed up as a duplicate. I revised it so the majority of the hub was my own writing and not song names, and it has been well over a week without publication yet. How long does it typically take for them to get back to you on whether or not your hub can be published?
4-5 days is usual but it can be longer, especially over weekends.
Yes, Psycheskinner is right,over the weekend it takes a little longer, but you can send the team a reminder since it is already six days.
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