So I had one of my hubs unpublished for the first time today. I assumed it was something to do with the tagging, as admittedly I did go a bit overboard on that Hub.
I'm a little bit concerned that if I have not fixed the problem by removing some tags, that HubPages will remove my account. Should I be worried or will they contact me before they feel the need to do so?
Take a deep breath. They're not going to remove your account. If you have any questions about why it was unpublished, just email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I get really annoyed when I upset the hub god and it happens to me. The most annoying thing is that it often happens months after you've published the hub in the first place.
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