Do you believe that HubPages has become stricter regarding their rules? Why? Why not?
They are having to be stricter on rules against overly promotional content simply to reduce the site's overall "spam" and "content mill" penalties from Google.
by Randy McLaughlin 5 years ago
Are there any specific rules regarding earning Adsense revenue on HubPages questions and answers?Since this is a new development, I thought I'd ask what the regulations were.
by Chitrangada Sharan 11 months ago
When a particular hub is unfeatured, can the moderators be more specific about what is the problem areas which have to be improved. Just writing ‘ Spammy elements ‘ doesn’t help. I keep on updating my hubs regularly, even if they have decent traffic/ views. But these days, any editing (from...
by Elisabeth Meier 2 years ago
Hi everyone,first of al let me say,l I really like Hubpages and the creativity all writers show with their different hubs from all over the globe. Now, the rules seem to change and I partly don't understand them.1. FeaturesWhy can articles which were featured for over a year now suddenly not be...
by em_saenz 6 years ago
What are the rules regarding linking to our own articles on this and other sites?
by Alan 4 years ago
Why can't Hubpages change their rules for posting in forums?A common problem on the Q&A forum is when some goof ball opens multiple accounts only to post SPAM on the forum. Why won't Hubpages change the rules so that a user must at least have a completed profile and maybe even a wait...
by Jack Lee 7 months ago
Recently, I noticed a change in how our hubs are treated by the various search engines. It use to be hubpages would rank high in google searches compared to bing and yahoo...In recent days, one of my newly published hub, ranked number 1 in both bing and yahoo searches and yet does not even appear...
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