Am I niche banned Hubber?

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  1. sirama profile image94
    siramaposted 4 weeks ago

    Recently I came through the below thread, where the staff says when an author continuously put a spammy  element, his/her hub never moves to niche site in going forward. Below is the note from staff:

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    Refer the thread: https://hubpages.com/community/forum/13 … ipped-hubs

    Now,
    1)How an author know that they are a black-listed hubber for a Niche or simply Niche Banned Hubber? Let us say he/she completely wiped all the email content event from trash.
    2) How the author recover from such a ban? (If he/she realized or more educated about the policy later). Is new account considered as cheat?!!!

  2. paradigmsearch profile image89
    paradigmsearchposted 4 weeks ago

    No, you are not a niche banned Hubber. Your 30+ articles on Owl and Turbo prove that. If there are issues with other niche sites, that's just the usual case of the HP curator/editor lottery game we are all subjected to. If there is a problem with a certain other niche site, simply post your article elsewhere and go into competition with them.

    1. sirama profile image94
      siramaposted 4 weeks agoin reply to this

      Thank you very much paradigmsearch. The highlighted words "he/she will no longer have any Hubs moved" - what bothered me.

      That gives me a hope that I can still write technical (I am a programmer) article here targeting for Owl.

      1. paradigmsearch profile image89
        paradigmsearchposted 4 weeks agoin reply to this

        I was a programmer for 20+ years. Unfortunately, these days if you look up the word "obsolete" in the dictionary, you will find my picture. big_smile

        Owl is a good site, they know what they are doing there. That site is probably making a fortune for everyone there, including HP/Maven.

        1. Will Apse profile image92
          Will Apseposted 4 weeks agoin reply to this

          It ain't making a fortune for me, but every visitor is a cause of satisfaction. I am passing on a little enthusiasm for stuff I care about.

        2. sirama profile image94
          siramaposted 4 weeks agoin reply to this

          I was a programmer for 20+ years.
          Oh! Great.

          Unfortunately, these days if you look up the word "obsolete" in the dictionary, you will find my picture. big_smile

          Even though I work on trending technologies, most of the well written codes are in legacy technologies and they have been doing great till today smile

 
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