Hello, I published a hub yesterday (Tuesday, May 1st around 8:30, 9 p.m. est) but never saw it appear on the Hubpages scroll, even after scrolling many pages through it (past the time I published it). I did see, last night, a hub window that said the site was down. So now I wonder, what happened to my hub, did it make the scroll page and has anyone seen it? (It is about microphones). It is on my account list---no "issues" reported. Did the site miss some hubs or other activity?
Color me confused.
Was it the hub about microphones? That appears to be your most recent published article. I don't see anything earlier.
Yes, did you see it on the Hub scroll and if so, did you notice the time it hit the scroll (how many hours ago). I've looked through it a number of times but didn't see it. But if you've seen it, then I guess it's visible (I hope!)
It came up on the feed as soon as I posted my comment, and I use Shure SM58s in my little home studio, so I had something legit to say, it is a well written microphone article T. Keep on Hubbing. Blake4d
A couple of people reported something similar yesterday. Might be a glitch going around?
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