Are certain topics off limits on HubPages?
Are certain topics off limits on HubPages? Not adult content or anything similar, but the voicing of political opinion in a certain manner, etc.?
Yes there are certain topics that the hubpages team will raise red flags on. And as you already have mentioned-topics that contain adult content etc... are usually a no-no. However you can find out more about this in the either the hubpages learning section on the site, or under the FAQ's section.In addition there are built-in filters when you are writing your hub, that will give you a warning letting you know exactly what may need to be changed within the hub, before it is finally published for everyone to read. Hope this bit of info. helped answer your question.
The FAQ and the Terms of Service both detail what is not allowed, but those only are helpful if you take the time to read them. And the automated filters are really helpful, but the "real secret" is to email the admin team and get clarification if you don't understand something BEFORE you hit the publish button. That way they can offer corrections or more information so that you don't have to see your Hub unpublished or jeopardize your account.
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