I am no longer motivated to write and post new hubs because Hubpages is continuously removing hubs from my profile page. I don't like what HUbpages is doing to my hubs.
Cristina, I share your sentiments exactly! I have been writing for the Hub Pages for a while now and I write less frequently. The writing environment here has changed greatly and in my opinion not for the better... I have enjoyed a marvelous community of love, care, support and concern from fellow hubbers over the years. However, due to the constant questionable change my once enthusiastic desire and motivation to write here on the Hub Pages has decreased severely.
I always enjoy your insightful, enlightening, informative articles. God Bless You!
I don't think this is happening only on Hubpages, but also other free blogging platforms like Squidoo. I started writing more on my personal blogs because at least I know it won't be locked or taken down
Cristina for what reason are your hubs being removed? Please enlighten me.
You have to edit the content a little so that it will be accepted. You have to play the game. You might have to put higher quality images in your hubs or you may have to check your spelling and grammar. Hubpages is having to review all hubs so that they only have quality hubs. Google doesn't want to advertise on low quality pages, nor does google want to include us in their search engines if our work is not up to par.
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