The first question that pops to mind is whether that material was published elsewhere on the web. Have you published it anywhere else such as another writing forum? If you have, hubpages will mark it as a duplicate whether you are the original author or not.
Have you used a lot of quotes or exerpts? That could be the reason also. Hubpages would this as duplicate material.
There is also the possibility that someone has taken your material and published it elsewhere. If this is the case, hubpages will help you find the person who took your work.
Thanks, pippap for taking the time out to answer my question. To answer your questions, I have not published it anywhere else. No one would have stolen it because I just wrote that this morning. I tried to search and see if anyone else has the similar topics, not really. I tried to change the topic a little, still would not work. that is so frustrating. The purpose of the hub I wrote was not trying to drive traffic but to speak my mind. I guess I have to find another way to publish it. Thank you so much again for helping me:)
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