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When your hub is unpublished by hubpages, do you revise and submit? How often is it accepted?
Thanks Vinaya Ghimire, for you have posted the question which I was going to post a little while ago. Recently I have resubmitted one of my unpublished hub. So I am eagerly waiting for the reply
If it is unpublished, there are usually reasons supplied along with it. Pay careful attention to those instructions and do as they instruct you to.
Once you do that, send an email to the editorial staff of hub pages letting them know that you took necessary steps. If you did everything right, made sure that your hub is original, error-free, etc., it would be re-published within 2-3 business days.
I have one hub that I must have re-submitted 10 times at least and I never seem to get a logical explanation for the reasons it has been unpublished. Each time I change what I think is the problem but it does no good. Come on moderators, give concise answers as to the real problem and stop all the guess work.
Vinaya - I always revise and submit again. In general, I spend a lot of time writing a Hub. I don't want my efforts to go unpublished. Your Hubs are excellent. Good luck with your next one.
When hubpages unpublish your hub, you can revise and resubmit for re-publication. There is no mention of the number of times this is allowed. Here is the Learning Center hub on the topic - http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Moderation. Hope this helps.
So far, I have not resubmitted anything for publication. The hubs that could have been revised I simply deleted as they had served their purpose in having been written and some people having read them. I then deleted them, not simply unpublished them.
However, I have submitted things that have needed to be reviewed, but have never been published before. I'm told it can take 5-7 business days for the hub to be reviewed each time it is submitted. There is no limit to the number of times it can be re-submitted beyond your own level of patience.
I never have had that problem on hubpages. I just do one blog. I guess they have been happy with what I do. I was surprised to see that people actually had that experience.
I had no idea that hubs could be unpublished by hubpages, but then I'm relatively new here. I will follow hoteltravel's suggestion and check out the link s/he provided. I only wrote ten hubs so far so I guess that if any of my hubs were unpublished I would have to revise and resubmit. Quicker than writing a new one from scratch. However if I were one of those authors with 30 or more hubs, I wouldn't bother.
I usually edit it and then submit it again. Most of the time it is accepted. But I have this one hub that they won't publish. Which I think is ridiculous because it's part 1 of a 4-part thing about an actor in different years. all of the other ones went through and it's the same type of thing. This one says the pictures are too pixelated but I have changed them several different times and it still says the same thing. The other pictures on the other ones look exactly the same so... I don't know.
usually though.... if you change it they will accept it.
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