Why can't the hub pages be more specific when censoring a hub?
The reasons given to hubbers are way too broad for anyone to correct.
Yes, I think they have a system to review it, not a human. this means your hubs are parsed by a piece of code wich do research over the internet and applies some criteria. At least is what I can figure,
Censorship is always such a vague concept. We can't help it.
by Thomas Byers 4 years ago
I would like to start off by introducing myself. Most of the older people and staff know that I am Thomas Byers also known here and around the web as Crazyhorsesghost. I have made it on the web and made money when no one else could. I was one of the first to make $1000 a day plus back in the very...
by soozeqsh 7 years ago
Can you correct a typo on hub pages after you post a question? How embarrassing!
by jponiato 7 years ago
Why don't I see publication dates in hub pages?I see a few hub pages with publication dates. I assume the authors are adding them to the text "manually." Is this a good practice?
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
If you could add one feature to Hub Pages what would it be and why?I love Hub Pages the way it is. But if I could add one feature it might be the ability to have more word processing tools. I like to muck around with text, fonts, tables and so on. Especially if I feel that it adds something to the...
by Wesley Meacham 5 years ago
Does most of your traffic come from within Hub Pages or from outside Hub Pages?I've noticed that most of my traffic comes from google. I consider this a good thing. However I had been expecting most of my traffic to come from Hub Pages during my first year. I'm wondering if this is similar to...
by Penelope Hart 3 years ago
Why Have I Earned More on Hub Pages This Month than I Have in a Few Years?What are the specific factors behind this increase, this month of April 2015 (since I haven't written a new Hub in a while)? I'm up more than twice the average $$ monthly Hub Pages payout.
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