I make sure I have met all of the suggested goals they have featured for you on the upper right while you are typing, I make sure to include plenty of separate sections and headings like they suggest, I only use pictures from the websites Hubpages suggests and give people credit for their work, and I include links from other websites and links from related hubbers like they ask you to. I also spell and grammar check all of my work before publishing. After publishing I share my article on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
For anyone having trouble, I would suggest that you make sure you've covered all of your bases before publishing. I hope this helps.
I've never had an issue either, not once. Never got anything taken down and never got bad reception for the way I do something - maybe the content though
So long as one puts in a little effort and is familiar with our best practices and rules, one can have a very easy time on HubPages! Thanks for sharing your tips. It's nice to hear about the instances in which people *aren't* having trouble from time to time, and those are rarely brought up in the Forums.
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