If not for the fact that someone from Hubpages recently sent me a message in response to one of my posts, I would have thought that HP is actually controlled by automated bunch of robots.
Having convinced that there are truly people working at HP, I would suggest that HP should work more on giving personal touch to people writing on its platforms. When you receive a message that your Hub has been unpublished for any of the reasons and you being given about 5 reasons for your to start guessing which one actually, it makes the process so hectic.
Tell people exactly why hub has not been featured or published so they know exactly what to fix not making them guess exactly what they have to do. People have a to-do-list on articles they have to right and mostly do not have the time to start guessing what went wrong on previous article other than have them delete them.
Hubpages is a great company working tirelessly to develop top writers in the world but a lot more needs to be done. When you truly go through submitted hubs for approval, endeavour to save hubbers the guessing game and point them to exactly what needs to be fixed.
I want to know hubbers' views on this just in case I am missing on something.
This is something that would certainly be nice, but we are a very small team (less than 25 employees run the entire site, including the development of the new niche sites). We simply don't have the time to give personalized feedback on every Hub, especially when many writers will will choose not to heed the advice we provide. Writers who want more detailed explanations can always email us at email@example.com
Could such errors be the problem?
"People have a to-do-list on articles they have to right and . . . "
"People have a to-do-list on articles they have to write and . . . "
You can submit your hub to the forum for review/help.
Just type "I like feedback on my hub, Title of Hub"
Place a link to http:/your hub's URL in the text of the post.
None of the advice given here worked. Posted links to the forum for reviews of my hubs and also sent a mail to hubpages for more detailed explanation but no response yet. Is this how it is for everyone or just happening to me for reasons I am not sure of.
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