The revisions label has been lifted. Why? Why was it set, why was it lifted. I've done NOTHING!
And how long should I expect it to take for email@example.com to reply? It's been ten minutes.
Please understand that the Hubpages team is not this huge international company with tens of thousands of employees. I thought that they were bigger than they are - but they're not. So, to bring you this much awesomeness that is Hubpages there is a hell of a lot of work involved.
Just be patient. It may take hours.
Yes Mark, Considering the fact that they kick off the BOPPSTER , one of my fans in less than 24 hours, from a healthy income. Yes it is an extremely long time. Especially when they have the time to flag me twice in one day ... and some one viewed my unpublished work 19 times in 6 hours. Yes response time seams to be a VERY BIG ISSUE. I just want it to be distributed evenly between both parties. This is America wasn't it?
Sorry - clearly I do not have all the info. All I have is this thread. I apologize. This is obviously something bugging you big time, but I wouldn't expect a response in minutes if I was you.
For some people, but there are internet users and hubbers from all over the world.
I appreciate your moderation ... Nothing like balance for the other side to make a debate. It just has to work both ways. Maybe I'm small and haven't time to check my work. Did that slow them down from flaging me? Works both ways baby, or it ain't fair. Ain't a democracy. Ain't NO place I need to be. Too much of my forefathers blood on the ground to back up now.
You are totally forgiven, as a matter of fact I owe you an apology as well as the HUB TEAM. I didn't answer my response time with in ten minutes. I've been flipping between email and hub revisions. Thanks gamergirl, nothing like excuses. Except maybe fair production. No excuses needed.
The solution is simple:
1. Make sure that your title and tags always match or refer directly to the content of your hub
2. Be patient. Part of the flagging process is automated - run by a program - but I'm not sure precisely how much of it, so keep that in mind.
3. Don't take this the wrong way, but it worked both ways from the beginning. You had ample time to create and edit and tweak your hub before publishing it. Thus, the Hubpages team has ample time and opportunity to process it. It just so happens that it took them three weeks to flag your hub as needing revision. It took you only a minute or two after finding out it needed to be revised for you to become angry and make an analogy to this scenario being like the civil war or something.
The ultimate answer for this is twofold:
Produce good quality content with appropriate title and tags - and - when you have a serious issue, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org is the first step you should take toward a solution (AFTER you're calm, of course.)
Good luck, and welcome to Hubpages!
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