I am new to hubpages and have only posted 2 things. in both cases, I received an email (which I cannot reply to,) that's telling me there are quality issues. first of all, who decided this? second, will it still be published? and third, if I cannot control what I post (as long as it is not rude or offensive,) why in the world cant I publish what I want?
Alas, here is what HubPages pretty much wants these days... http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
thanks, that is helpful. I think I am going to sign up for a different site. I don't want anyone deciding if write or think or if it is good enough. I wrote an article about my experience adopting my pit-bull with pictures. apparently hubpages are just cat people...
As far as I know, all the other content sites are just as bad. It has to do with Google picking on them, and the sites then overcompensating trying to fix the problem.
As for your subject matter, as long as there wasn't a pic of your pit-bull eating a cat, it should have been OK.
That link I posted was kind of grim. 850 words and 3 pics is probably enough to get you published and search engine indexed. Give it one more shot.
And here is a link to some pit-bull hubs that can serve as examples. http://hubpages.com/search/include%3Ahubs%2Bpit%2Bbulls
hey thank you a lot. all of this is really helpful. not the first rejection letters, not going to be the last. I do appreciate the encouragement though! I enjoy your posts by the way, I'll have my first up soon too
just one more question if its not a problem....what exactly does the number on the profile picture represent? I haven't even gotten published and it keeps changing. crazy new fangled kids and their technology,
That is your Hubber Score. Do not attempt to plumb the depths of the Hubber Score. Many threads have tried. All have failed. Only madness will ensue.
However, http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score does provide some clues.
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