I am new here, and have a couple quick questions. First of all I have an article with pink status (needs revision) in my account section. However, I can't see what needs revision. If an email was sent with the problem I don't have it anymore, so I can't figure out what is wrong. How do I get ahold of the support at hubpages.com to ask questions? I sent an email to email@example.com (which is the return address on their email to me, and I got a non-deliver message from Yahoo).
I also have a notice that I have a broke link in an article-the link works, so I want to advise support about that. Once again, I am not sure how to send support an email. Help please!
Finally, one more question-how do I enter an RSS feed from my Squidoo post to Hubpages?
Thanks a bunch, Bajamike
The admin team email is team @ hubpages dot com, you might want to try contacting them again. When Hubs need revision, it's most often due to content, or too many links to the same domain.
Broken links in a Hub are your job to fix, not the Hub team. The fact that the system here notifies users is a really nice feature.
Use an RSS feed capsule to add RSS feeds. And be sure not to put outbound links to the same domain along with that, or you'll trip the "overly-promotional" filter.
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