Hubs like this deserve a category of there own.
Is it spam? Is it bad grammar? Humor?
Take note of where you put your 'FOLKS' when they visit...
I'm going to go with humor. I think an "Inadvertent Humor" category could return the traffic to normal.
I like the question mark in the title, even the author doesn't know what the article is supposed to be.
How this this hub manage to slip past QAP and get featured? It reads like it was created by an article spinner.
by Jacob J Morris3 years ago
I'm in the process of migrating my content from my blog to HubPages and just transferred an article titled "Top 50 Men's Grooming Blogs for 2014." I just switched this article to HubPages a few moments ago...
by Jason Roiz3 years ago
I have submitted hub on 20-05-2013 and 10 days passed still my hub is not featured . My hub score is 71 and has 20 visitors to this particular hub. Well i have submitted another hub yesterday and it got...
by Peter Messerschmidt4 years ago
Something happened to me today that I have not experienced before.I did some "gardening" and revision work on one of my featured Hubs... and I was "done editing" it stopped being "featured"...
by Vauniqua Roberts2 years ago
My first hub is featured, yay! But I would like to add products to it to make more money w/o getting it defeatured for having spammy elements. Any advice from the pros? Thanks in advance!
by Satyaranjan Bai14 months ago
I published a hub on 20th Oct, 2015. It got the featured hub status immediately. It was fine till last week. But today, it's no more a featured hub due to quality issue. My question is - why after 4 months?
by Barbara Radisavljevic4 years ago
If updating a hub that is featured, say your best hub, a Hub-of-the-Day hub, a contest winner, or such, puts it into a no-index state until it's reviewed again, why would one want to ever update it?I have such a hub...
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