Please help me out,my hub has been removed.there are 40 visits to this hub which might be from 3 to4 ips bcause i used to check the points most often.
Does it mean i shouldnt check its status myself often.
Go to your "My Account" tab and notice the icons across the bottom? See if any of them are what you see next to your hub title that you say has been removed. I'm assuming you can still see it in the list of hubs. You're showing two published right now. HubPages may have also sent you an email about why it was unpublished. Check for that. If you can't figure it out, write email@example.com directly.
One of mine gone too. Published 9 months ago and a good earner presently scored at 87. No email and no response to my query concerning it. Puzzled!
The notification states a real person made the call to pull my hub. So why couldn't the real person send me an email spelling out the problem instead of my having to guess what the violation is? Still no answer to my email query.
As expected, no response from the hub team about my removed hub. Before anybody think i am a newbie, am telling that i have another much older profile here. It seems HP is getting like Squidoo day by day, hubs getting flagged and removed for vested interests.
What 'Vested Interests?'
It doesn't matter how old your other account is.... it doesn't mean squat. You are in the forums under your Newbie Account and that would tend to intimate that your interests are abit 'Vested!' - to say the least if you are going to make such statements.
HP however, really does need to review it's communications with members... if not from a common courtesy perspective... at least from a professional one, I believe! Emails do not ever reach me either!
I am using this account in forum because it seems many people who don't agree with me seem to be using the flagging and vote down feature for my hubs. Who are having vested interests here?
And after bashing me in the very second para you second my statement. Don't understand what are you trying to say
So your response to getting your hub flagged and removed is to write a hub about and telling the general public how to block adsense ads thereby potentially damaging ALL of our incomes!
That happens to me quite a bit Randy.
However in the past week when they have unpublished my Hubs, they have notified me quickly.
When the HubKarma thing started, I linked to a lot of Hubs.
But here lately, everyday when I come here I see those little black triangles telling me I have a broken link.
I had nine broken links today.
This happens sometimes two or three times a day.
So someone is unpublishing/deleting Hubs at a pretty good clip out there.
Please do not start duplicate threads, that is against the forum rules:
I haven't seen the HP team online much lately. I would assume that some of them are probably out for the holidays and the remaining staff may be having to cover for those out. Don't give up. Give them a bit more time to get back with you.
I have just resubmitted a hub for review that was flagged. I can sort of understand that it was a little similar to one of my other hubs and have been deemed to be spun content. So I have completely changed the content and title. So we will see if that is the reason.
As for a few other hubs that i tried to link to seem to have fallen into the abyss to never return.Be interesting to know if the domain is back in the bag.
I also have a hub about tactical knives and can understand why it may be a sensitive issue to some folks and have decided not to resubmit it even though it has sold well on amazon.
Without any explanations, it was pretty easy in my case to find the problem areas.The hubs that disappeared though I wouldn't know because they just vanished, and so have nothing to check and see.
So,, I agree there is a bit of an issue with the informing us why they disappear. I am happy to change legitimate problem areas though.
But on a last note, I wait with anticipation for the day when a hub that I have spent numerous days creating a back-linking strategy for simply disappears.
Conspiracy theory for the day:
If the domain gets reclaimed by the hubpages ownership, will they receive the benefits of the long-term back-linking strategies that hubbers may have put into place over the years by just re-writing the hub with the same domain.
email Hubpages using the contact form and ask them what needs to be changed for it to be republished.
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