I keep getting the notification of Deceptive Tags, Title, or Category. I have already revised and submitted it twice but still the same problem.
My hub is unpublished but you can still see the old version by going on Google and searching for cache:http://mmorpglover.hubpages.com/hub/Top-Free-MMORPG-2013-Games-List-and-Links
Screenshot of the revised hub above the fold - http://i46.tinypic.com/wcmsud.jpg
tags - top list 2013, free mmorpg games
Maybe there's something obvious here that I keep missing, would you mind taking a look please?
It doesn't look like anything is amiss but maybe all the abbreviations is tripping the filter? it could be choice of tags vs title don't match also. I can't tell since I can't see your tags. I'd also suggest maybe making a list of those abbreviations and definitions not everybody should be 'expected' to know what you're writing about. We got to keep 'newbies' in mind Just some thoughts but it looks great.
You'll have to email hubpages to clarify what they mean. We could tell you a million things and all of them be way off...email them. Good Luck
How can they be the best games of 2013 when it's still 2012?
In the gaming business most future productions are announced way in advance. Even the cheaply produced games take 3 years of development before they are released. The company that is developing the games like to release news about what it will be like - its free publicity and the gaming fans like to know what is up and what they can play in the future.
There's actually a hub from 2 years ago that predicted which are the best 2013 MMORPGs.
It's weird, I know, but it's what we do.
Then perhaps it should say "predicted best games of 2013". Because otherwise it looks off and could be what the problem is.
Given that there are almost 6 months left to 2012, I would agree it is a bit silly to be trumpeting anything as best of 2013. A lot can happen in 6 months.
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