My hub HOW TO CLEAN,CUT AND COOK LOBSTERS AND OYSTERS. says needs revision.. i tried all that i can i checked the spellings the pictures etc. and even reported to hubpages...but it says needs revision and not published..can anyone help me out?
What is the exact message that appears in the black bar at the top when you visit the hub?
Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this Hub for publication.
This Hub needs to be revised before it can be published.
This is the exact message. Thank you for your reply.
I had the same problem with one of my hub. I copy the whole hub and paste into a new hub and submitted. It was approved. BTW, HP only accepts 3 links to other blogs or website, not more.
Only two links. Three would be classed as overly promotional.
Copying and pasting shouldn't work unless it was only borderline rule breakage and jusged by different moderators.
You are only allowed 2links to the same site, you can have more than 3 links to various sites.
Thankyou so much. I'll add more info for that. Thanks again.
Thank you all. I think that was the mistake i had linked it to 3 other hubs..I just corrected that and published it..Once I get the green card...I will let you know.
THANK YOU EVERY BODY.....ITS PUBLISHED..
here is the hub.
http://bushraismail.hubpages.com/hub/cl … nd-oysters
thanks for your help.
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