How do I improve my flagged hubs?
I don't understand why my hubs get flagged for being substandard. They aren't long but I find the reasons for them being flagged are extremely general. I know that they could use more work but I'm not sure where to start. Should I even bother to modify or resubmit my hub these hubs?
Well I looked briefly at your hubs and typically a hub should be a minimum of 500 words (unless it is in the poetry category). Once in awhile a recipe can go below 500 words, but your articles are too short I think. If I were you, I'd write up a more detailed review, otherwise you are at risk for being banned from hubpages. That is just my (very new) two cents.
Having too many Amazon products can cause a hub to get flagged. According to HubPages rules, each hub needs to have 50 words per Amazon product. There's some more useful stuff specifically about Amazon here:
Try adding more pictures, polls, videos, and other things that liven it up. I had the same problem too. My first hub got flagged 3 times before I finally got it right. Adding these things can make it look more interesting. Plus, people love answering polls, watching videos, and seeing pictures in a hub.
by DK 5 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
by Sara Frenki 8 years ago
I can see a lot of hubs on the same subject that I am writing about and they haven't been flagged as adult content. There are hubs on sex and male enlargement, so why is mine being flagged, at first I was flagged for overly promotion and I fixed that, now another flag for adult content??? COMMON! I...
by BenjaminB 7 years ago
I find it hilarious that Hubpages pushes the concept of helping new Hubbers yet my Hub which has had very good reception by the community has been flagged for being both overly promotional and substandard.I had 5 social bookmarking links,and 2 other links to free tools absolutely related to the...
by tatkison 11 years ago
Hi,My name is Terry, and I established my first hub about 24 hours ago. I'm very much into Affiliate sales programs and I wanted to share reviews and such of products I'd bought and use to help people decide where the best programs can be found and what tools to use to maximize your...
by Peeples 6 years ago
Ok I am at my end! I seem to be having an issue with HP. Everytime I flag something I end up getting flagged. Yesterday I published my 2nd part in a 3 part series on Jeffrey Dahmer. Ads were taken and I was fine with that considering he killed people, even though I see plenty of serial killer hubs...
by Benz B 6 years ago
I am having issues with the hubpages staff. Yesterday I updated a hub that was published in 2009. And notice that I was not allow to resubmit it before it was reviewed. Then I tried to update another one and the same thing. I have since attempted to update a few more and...
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