How do you get rid of an anomalous link in your newly published ebook?
I know this sounds stupid, but after publishing my ebook, I notice that a word was underlined and when I clicked on it, it took me to someones hub that I have no idea how! I did copy and paste the first page from my hub for my ebook, so I went into my hubs and got rid of the links, went to my word doc file and changed the wording then downloaded the ebook again, and would you believe it? Its still darn well there! help! big time please!
by Resolver2009 6 years ago
What is the best way to go about getting published internationally with a newly written debut novel?Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge of this, or have gone through the process themselves. Is it best to send a transcript of the book via mail or should one get in contact with a publishing...
by Raymond Philippe 4 years ago
Is there a place where I can view the newly/latest published hubs?I may have overlooked it, but I would like to be able to browse (and pick out the interesting ones to read) through the most recent published hubs.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
On the newly published hubs I do not see the 'Link to this page' button ?It was present earlier at the bottom of the hub. How do I share my hubs with my referral tracker in it now?
by Oyewole Folarin 3 years ago
I published a new hub yesterday and hoping to see it get featured. It baffled me, since yesterday this hub is still pending.
by IAmForbidden 5 years ago
Ads don't appear on newly published hubs?How come google ads dont appear on my newly published hubs? Will it appear after the 24-hr period, if the status became "featured"?
by Tony 2 years ago
I did report this some time back but I cannot find the old report....When you have a broken link and you go into edit mode and click the "unlink" icon after highlighting the linked text it all looks OK - the blue will have gone and normal text will remain.However when you save, the text...
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