One of my hubs was automatically disabled and I don't know why. Could someone please explain and let me know if there is something I can do to correct the problem. Does this mean no Google ranking? Please reply Thank you
I imagine the word "slut" has something to do with it.
OK It couldn't be slut because the hub I reference has slut in the title. Now I went through it and it resubmitted it and it says it's poorly structured. Whats up with that? It's not "structured" any different than my other hubs AAAAhhhh
No I resubmitted it but that's it That's when it said it was poorly structured
Thanks you guys for helping.
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