What are some reasons people get banned from hubpages?
I came across someone that I followed that got banned and I;m just wondering...
Publishing someone else's content is a for sure a way to get banned.
Some folks just keep breaking the rules until they get the boot. Some folks get all neurotic about comments on forums or hubs and go bonkers with vendetta against their "nemeses". Others harass the staff continually. I think it isn't easy to get banned . . . read the religious and political forums.
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You can get details on learning center. Here is the summary.
HubPages will ban you if:
1. you are underage.
2. you repeatedly publish substandard contents.
3. you repeatedly publish duplicate contents.
4. you repeatedly publish plagiarized contents.
5. you repeatedly publish erotic contents.
Thanks guys, I already knew the reasons why, they are obvious. I don't know why someone would put duplicate contents, or do any of that stuff. Just wanted to see if there was something that I didn't know because I thought it was weird to see someone get banned. I've never seen that on an account before, lol.
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