I have put efforts on a topic created hub but get unpublished by moderator, unable to understand?
I have worked out on a topic and created the hub. i was even planning to work on its second part as well but after about 6 hours. And I even have circulated its url in my social circles. But unfortunately after 6 hours of it being published I recieved a warning email from Hubpages that your catagory or tags seems not valid so we are unpublishing it. I have thought too much but found no reason so strong due which hubpages had to take this strong action. I am really puzzeled at the moment. Any advice ho to contact hubpages in this regard. As i have already replied them but got no answer.
Usually this is not a problem, I get a reply within 24 to 48 hours when I email them. Try sending the email again to firstname.lastname@example.org
If your tags are too vague to the topic or too numerous this is probably why they are being considered invalid. Again, without knowing the topic and which category you placed it in it is hard to answer why they have are saying it is invalid.
The problem is solved and thanx for your answer. I just omitted on tag and changed one word in title. But still i am unable to understand why Hub Team opted to unpublished my Hub, Because even i changed two words but I still think that those were really not necessary to do them.
However when i re published the Hub it was accepted. But in the period between my hub was unpublished and then republished again I was really disturbed.
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