i have published 4 articles in 4 days,,,,but now my all 4 hubs are unpublished because hubpages authority saying that my all hubs are SUBSTANDARD,DECEPTIVE TAGS,TITLE OR CATEGORY. I don't understanding that what reason my all 4 hubs are deceptive or substandard,,,what is my fault
This is one of my hubs out of 4 that become substandard,,,,please see the hubs and tell me why it is substandard and what i have to do???
sub title: Windows will be refreshed automatically
When we see that windows speed is decreasing, we try to increase its speed by doing refresh. If you want you can refresh windows automatically. For this, go to>start/all programs/accessories/ and make a notepad. Now write this code in your notepad-
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Then,go to>file/save as and save the notepad as Autorefresh.reg Now, you will see that a separate file has been made in the name of Autorefresh.reg Now Open the file and click yes/OK then Restart your computer. For this time, windows will be refreshed according to its necessary and your computer performance will be better than the past
Substandard simply means that the quality of your Hub does not meet HubPages' standards. This could be due to very little content , or poorly presented content, pixelated pictures, broken links or videos, excessive tags etc... in your case it could be because it has very little content and your language. Hubpages says
'Content that contains grammar or spelling mistakes that make it difficult to read or understand' a hub will be moderated.. so check these out before you submit for republication.
even the thing you've written in here is substandard.
Is that the whole Hub? If so, it's far too short. HubPages is not a place to blog, it's a place to write magazine-style articles.
I see two of your hubs are still in the cache.
The one you have quoted here is far too short - categorise it under poetry and you would have been fine - and the other (that I saw) dealt with torrent downloading which would not have been allowed anyway seeing as its kinda illegal.
How many words were in that Windows refresh hub? 100? You are joking! Hubs are expected to read like magazine articles, not short blurbs that would struggle to fit a quarter of a page.
You need to treat each hub like a stand alone article.
Each hub should contain at LEAST:
-400 words of text, preferably broken up into at least several subtitled text boxes.
-Something else to grab the reader's attention, such as relevant links, a poll, video, an Amazon capsule etc.
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