Hi all hubbers,
I am totally new to hub pages but it looks totally awesome i created my first hub last night and plan to make at least 100 more, this is my first hub page http://hubpages.com/hub/getpaid-4-onlinesurveys I didnt see a section for intros so i posted here
Hi BBS me too,
Question to other hubbers,
they unpublished my hub but i fixed it now how do i get it re review asap?
Icandy, did they tell you why?
If all you did was write a paragraph giving an affiliate link to some site where you can make money doing surveys, that counts as spam. HubPages is not about promoting stuff, it's about writing interesting, informative articles that people will enjoy reading.
I know you've probably found other Hubs that are just promoting other sites, but that's just because no one has noticed them yet - they will probably get unpublished too, when someone does!
My topic is online surveys
Yeah i had links through-out my hub & in my links category i had a website name for back link purposes but i removed that and the links. I went back rewrote the article so hopefully they will review it again, i think its more user friendly.
Maybe i should add a pic.
Yes, I would add an embedded pic or video. I've been told it helps keep people on the page longer!
i have completed my second hub http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Secret-to-M … ney-Online
check it out would love some more feed back
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