I joined the hubpages a few days back and started hubbing yesterday.Before posting my first hub I did 3 nonpublished test posts to help a friend publish her hub.now ,I deleted 2 of those hubs from my nonpublished page but somehow I feel the scores of those test hubs ( non published ones0 are affecting my real score on hub.
Is there a way to make amends to this ? They have almost nothing ,just a few letters or test post(non published of course).I am feeling a little sad that it could affect my hub score when they were just test posts to help a friend and not even published ones.Any help would be very appreciated.
your non published hubs will be removed in 28 days from your profile,then they will have no bearing on your overall hubscore.....jimmy
28 days? The time displayed on HubPages for a deleted site is two weeks, though I did notice 1 deleted hub hanging around in my account for much longer than this.
Something needs updating?
You are correct it is 14 days. Everything looks like it is operating normally on our side, but if you have a deleted hub that you think has hung around for longer than that please let me know.
It is possible that at some point in the past we neglected to clear them out in a timely manner ...
Ah,Thanks Jimmy! I hope they go fast because it kindof upset me to see that their(test hubs) score reflects towards the net score.The sooner they get deleted,the better.Thanks for the information.
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