whenever I publish 11th hub, my all old hubs gone unpublished and getting revised.
whats the matter with it. please help me.
it happens only when i reaches the 11th Hub or 10th.
I think the fact that it is your 11th hub is coincidental.
It might be worth you reading this post from HubPages and also the ones about pending and idle hubs.
The other alternative I can think of iis that they have sent you an email about them.
My friend has a lot of hubs and like you, he posted all of them. Later he was banned. The thing is that we have to give good hubs full of information. We must have a quality hubs.
It is all about quality these days.Instead of publishing 10 low quality hubs, write 1 excellent hub with at least 1,000 words.It also helps to do keyword research in order to find niches that are not too competed. Hubpages is trying to get rid of low quality hubs, that´s why some hubs get the zzzz-treatment.
Yes, quality Hubs, that's correct and good key words and a good summary. Also, correct spelling and punctuation. These are the basics. Learning to write different types of articles like the roundup, how-to, etc. helps too.
I couldn't find the "post a new topic" box, so i am posting this here, which is related to this topic.
I just received from Admin that one of my hubs is being "over promotional". This is another of my popular hubs which was published on Oct 2010. I didn't do any editing, and suddenly this notification! I have tried to delete whatever that was possible and republished, and hope for the best. My greatest fear is that Admin may just close my account without warning. If this hub was not the popular one, I would have deleted it, like I did to a number of my hubs just to avoid problem.
It is pity that Admin didn't identify specific violations, and expect us to rectify and to close our accounts should we did the "wrong" editing. This has happened to a number of the Hubbers. I hope it will not happen to me.
Anyone has any advice?
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