Yesterday i came here to ask about why my clicks are yielding so little payoff. So after i took the advise i was given i changed some titles and keywords and i just had 4 hubs flagged! Can someone plkease explain to me what i did wrong. They are saying i used titles that dont fit the content and keyword stuffing? I dont know abou that...
They told you why the hubs are flagged. Make sure your titles match the content written in your hubs.
The Hubs you have flagged, what did HubPages say about them and why they were being flagged?
If you have keywords that include NUDE or NAKED then you are likely to get flagged for misrepresentation.
There is NO nudity or nakedness allowed on HubPages, because of the TOS of GOOGLE Adsense.
You cannot show or hub any kind of MATURE content.
Hope that helps.
Why don't you write directly to the hub team. They can tell you why things are flagged. firstname.lastname@example.org
Where the hubs that were flagged unpublished? Or did a flag just pop up?
In addition to the nude/naked tags needing removal, all photo gallery hubs must be in the Entertainment > Photos & Videos category, as it clearly says in the email you were sent upon flagging.
Ok lol i just got a reply from them saying it was in the wrong category. I just freaked out cos yesterday i learned a lot here and then i applied it today and then my hubs gets flagged. So thankfully it was just a bad coincidence
You say you learned a lot but it's a shame you applied this new found knowledge to photo gallery hubs.
You should also know that these entertainment type celebrity pages earn the lowest amount of money per click.
That should save you starting a thread in the near future wondering why you're not earning much from your hubs.
Since you were e-mailed, they didn't 'just pop up'.
The ones I have seen just pop up are too many tags and duplicate content. (I copied a news report, when a cousin went missing. The hub has since been removed, since he was found.)
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