"This Hub is no longer published" - Do you also get annoyed at these messages?
On receiving the weekly or daily mail from Hubpages, you want to read a hub that catches your attention and will be clicking on the link. But, you get disappointed with a message that says "This hub is no longer published". There have been many such occasions. Did you also come across such situations and how do you feel at it?
Have never come across these types of messages, probably because I'm still a rookie on hubpages. However if these instances occur, I'm sure there must be a good reason or a way to find out what Hubpages reasons are
I have not run into that. I will share if I edit my hub I unpublish it. Sometimes I may even take a few days to edit, so it is unpublished that time period.
I saw the same message yesterday on editors choice! I scratched my head. I see these once in awhile. I think sometimes it is because the writer has thought better and changed their minds and unpublished. I have one follower th st does that regularly. Other times I'm sure administrators have unpublished them. Yes, annoying!
Yes, I had this same issue when I clicked on one of the hubs highlighted in this week's HP newsletter. I was surprised and bewildered by it, but I don't know why it happened or what it means. Perhaps, as others have suggested, the author has taken down the hub for whatever reason. It does seem strange though.
I have seen every once in awhile. One of the authors told me he unpublished it himself because he was given a good deal of money elsewhere to publish it as a print item. Some of the better writers have that happen to them sometimes. That is actually a good thing then.
Yes,I think this happens when a hub is not featured after QA process.I got one of my hubs not featured after 24 hours for some reasons and learnt from viewers that the column was not available. So it shows up for 24 hours and goes unpublished after 24 hours if it is not through with QA.This is just my guess.
by fireatwill41 8 years ago
This really isn't a problem, but rather something I am interested in finding out. I have a few unpublished hubs with little to no content in them, and the thing is, one of these hubs outranks one of my published hubs! I am wondering why that happens and if it is any indication of how good the hub...
by XCan 5 years ago
This morning, I went online on Hubpages and wanted to add some additional content to one of my hubs that were already published, I was shocked though when I was greeted with the following warning message at the top when I entered the "Edit" mode:"Note: This Hub is currently...
by Judy Filarecki 3 years ago
I just finished editing a Hub and signed out. Then I called up the Hub only to get this terrible message that puts a very bad light on Hubbers as possible violators of "The Code."What a poor image this gives the public. Being new to HB, my reaction is one of a public person who knows...
by dablufox 7 years ago
I would like to know why, after I have wasted my time writing a number email to hubpages arguing that a few of my hubs have been pulled and put into no man's land, one of my hubs they have allowed yet two other have not?In answer the moderator has given a range of reasons why the two hubs have been...
by Stephen Hughes 2 years ago
I asked for help on my hub page but people can't see it. How can I get a link to an unpublished page?Steve
by Erin Bradley 5 years ago
Hi there, could you please see what is wrong with a hub I published today - put the link on facebook and several friends now say that it is no longer there and that they are receiving a sign saying that this is now unpublished - checked this by signing out myself and I see the same thing. ...
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