Hello Everyone, My name is Rahul Chalana. I have noticed that if we are posting an article on hub pages. Within one day they will remove your article. Anybody can explain me briefly why they removed.
I've noticed this account is 28 minutes old. So have you had an account suspended too?
What sort of content are you posting? If it is inappropriate, spam, plagiarism, or just nonsense, it will not be featured when you publish it. Have a read of the guides on Hubs here, it might help you. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/publishing-standards
Upon looking at your profile, it looks like you want to use HubPages to draw attention to your business. Those kinds of articles are not allowed here.
If your posts are advertising your own business, then they will be marked as spam and removed.
Don't just keep posting non-complying hubs, check your email and the reasons given right on the hub (viewed on edit mode)
If your website bigarise.com is "a foremost leading website where you can find everything you need about our latest technology news, entertainment, latest movie updates, gaming, tips and tricks and many more" then why are you writing articles on HubPages instead of bigarise.com? The moderators removed your articles because your writing is too spectacular for HubPages; only a site like bigarise.com is worthy of publishing your deep insights.
without comment I present
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You need to read the learning center at hub pages. Then, you will find out what they want from you to write on the hubs. Good luck with your writing. You need to follow the rules. Your pictures need to be original. You can not used bad language.
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