Hi all you great hubbers, i had this hub called sexy stuff, i made it just to get to publish something, and then i got this mail from the hubpage team, that the hub was flagged because the title or the tags didn´t match the content, so i deleted it, i didn´t really understood this flagged thing, is it bad or what is it, please help me out here guys
, you always have so great answers to everything.
Come on paul, you know something about this flaggedthing right.
I think the tag that triggered the problem was "sex" since that hub doesn't appear to be about sex. But, it looks like a border line case to me. You don't have to delete a flagged hub, you can "fix it" and resubmit it for publication if you want.
Hi paul, thanks for the help, i think i´ll delete it anyway, it was a really bad hub, and not very usefull, but i´m glad you answered, thanks again
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