saying I have violations. All of my hubs when I first started passed the editors approval and now all this un-featured and violation hubs. I don't know what is going on with this site, but I am losing faith in it. I see many of you feel the same way. I work full-time and very busy after work. I do not see what is wrong with my hubs nor do I have the time to re-do all of them. I also have not made one penny from hubpages. I realize you have to reach $50 before you do, but even those of you have commented you haven't seen any money nor money when you reach the $50 mark. It is sad to say, but I am losing faith with this site.
It looks like the red skulls are related to the new ratio of product capsules to words in Hubs.
I looks like these notices are due to unrelated Amazon product capsules in your Hubs.
These Hubs shouldn't be moderated for this issue unless they are edited.
You can see more in the related official forum thread here.
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/128284? … ost2702938 )
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