I had submitted a new hub a week back and it,s still under publication after one full week. Previously my hubs used to take max 2-3 days to get through publication . What can be the problem please need your help???
Did you read the message at the top of the hub, telling you why it's under moderation?
And what do you mean by waiting for each one? Unless there's been a change, hubs are automatically live as soon as you publish them, unless you do something that sets off the automatic content filters.
There may be a backlog in the moderation queue so you'll either need to wait, or contact the team directly.
At the moment I cannot find it in this site, so I better ask it here.
What things or words sets off the automatic content filters?
I have hubs originally written my me though some of the idea was not unique.
Another hub is describing the different varieties of chilies. It was found duplicate. I believe it was because all the description of chilies are the same. You cannot describe a thing other than it is.
Please enlighten me on this..
Ok guys just got a mail today telling me my Hub was published but why did it take so long still confused
@Glen there is your answer from Maddie. Allow them sometime to review and then respond, there are quite a few of us on HP. Hope they answered all of your questions.
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