I've never had one of my hubs unfeatured for this reason. It had been unfeatured because of lack of interaction. I tweaked a few sentences and now it comes back as not being a quality post. What's up with that?
We all walk in grey clouds as it comes to understanding the mystery of unfeatured hubs.
I may have found the problem. One of the Amazon ads got substituted for something completely irrelevant. I'm annoyed that that can happen because I don't have time to police all my online writing for that kind of change.
If you choose specific products instead of keywords, you won't have the problem of Amazon choosing something that is not properly related.
You will still have to check once in a while to make sure that the product is still available on Amazon.
Sorry about that. I think it was a mistake that has been corrected. Please check and let me know.
It's back in pending status. I removed the Amazon ad that I thought was the problem. I assume I'll know if that did the trick tomorrow.
Thanks it is now showing featured again. That ad had to be the issue.
by Nicole Pellegrini 4 years ago
I am starting this suggestion here in hopes that staff will see it. Many of us have suddenly found large numbers of our hubs unfeatured for quality within the past 24 hours. Myself it has his 17 of my 221 hubs in my Squidoo-transfered account (this one), none in my other account.Some of the hubs...
by AnnaMKB 3 years ago
I just got this in my email;---A link to your Hub: http://hubpages.com/living/your-balcony-gardenDear AnnaMKB,We wanted to let you know that Your Balcony Garden was reviewed by a moderator and defeatured for not meeting HubPages' quality standards. Don't worry, you can edit your Hub to give it a...
by Yvonne L B 4 years ago
I am so tired of trying to second guess the requirements. It seems that it takes 2-3 edits to go from UF engagement to Feature. Could someone please check out my recent edit which I edited again after getting the circle? I removed 1 of the 2 Zazzle links and another to a blog which may have been...
by Will Apse 3 years ago
I recently updated a hub and it was unfeatured for quality.This is a page with over 180,000 views (search engines like it) and a view duration of 4.11 minutes (readers like it).There are a lot of Amazon ads but they are regularly clicked by visitors so they are obviously a valuable part of the...
by John Coviello 5 years ago
Is the Featured Hub Policy too zealous?I just had a bunch of Hubs UnFeatured due to lack of interest, including one called "Making Money During a Bear Market" that has a Hub Score of 90, with135 views over the past 7 days, and 405 views over the past 30 days. Jeeze, how much more...
by Sam Montana 2 years ago
I had one of my better articles unfeatured for quality, first it was for traffic and now for quality. I would appreciate if you would please read this article and tell me what is wrong with it. http://hubpages.com/health/How-to-Prote … -PollutionThank You
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