When I come to continue on create a new hub after adding my tags it crashes asking me to report it to admin.
How can I add my new hub?
by pisean282311 7 years ago
what would have been one thing which you would have changed in hub if you were hub admin?
by PaulStaley1 6 years ago
Is going back and editing old hub, adding better tags, a good way to get more traffic?
by dogluver1 8 years ago
Well, the title is pretty self-explanatory. Will it? Just out of curiosity.
by Andrew Orrell 7 years ago
I have been here for three weeks now and realised that I don't really understand how the tags work. I understand the purpose of them, highlighting key words and all that, but don't get which tags I should be using. Because of this I tend to go crazy on my tags and add loads. So my...
by sandra rinck 8 years ago
Someone got into my accounts and now the stuff they were posting in other sites is showing up in my rss feeds. http://hubpages.com/hub/LobsterWhat do I do?How do I find this person and how can I fix the feeds?edit- I found her http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Best-Reusab … tic-BottleI...
by David R Bradley 4 years ago
With all the recent changes, anyone know how long it takes for a new Hub to get approved and submitting it? I hit the publish button on Saturday morning. Literally 48 hours ago and it hasn't been approved by the "administrator". The hub has 1354 words, 3+ pictures, links...
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