FAO: HP Editorial Staff.
On one or two occasions, I have revised Hubs that you unpublished and waited for a Moderator to republish but it didn’t happen. I never chased and just left it unpublished. One of my Hubs for months has been disabled for Adsense, but I haven’t bothered either.
Recently, you unpublished another one and I would appreciate if this time a moderator would check and republish it: “Hanging out with Dangerous Animals ~ So much Fun!!” http://ladye.hubpages.com/t/2d8844
Sorry, I've had to post this in Forums but as noted above, when I have edited previous ones, you never bothered.
Lady-E did you resubmit your hub for publication.? Is it in green? ( just checking) . It usually works.. and if it takes time send them an e mail... The staff may or may not read this post quick enough.. pursue all your other hubs too. I really do not think if you have got the offending matter out republishing takes too much time.. I have faced a couple of issues earlier and have had them sorted out within hours.. I hope this helps.
Hi Sofs, I checked it after reading your post. It is in Green. (for the first time). I don't know what that means.
I appreciate your comment. It takes me a while to complain about things sometimes. I'm not sure about chasing the other ones because I did edit and resubmit - just as I did this one. I might delete, reword and publish on other sites.
Thanks so much. You're lucky you got yours sorted within hours.
It should be published as long as you have sorted out the issue.. I have seen people reporting back that their hub have been republished too... Just send out a mail if you have already waited for 72 hours... that is the time frame they say it could take to republish hubs.. Best wishes to you
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