I've had hub pages for over a year with no problem. They have all conformed to Hubpages standards. Now all of a sudden these same pages are marked for not conforming to Hubpages standards. Have these standards changed? I have no idea what needs to be changed.
AdSense has declared that salvia-related content is against their program policies, and it is therefore against ours.
Cry not, dear TheOrdinaryMystic, there are lots of interesting s-words left for an intellectual like you to write about:
Satanism, sacramentarianism, scientism, self-determinism, sensationalism, siderism, skepticism, socialism, solarism, solifidianism, solipsism, somatism, spatialism, spiritualism, stercoranism, stoicism, subjectivism, substantialism, syndicalism, synergism;
Just to mention a few.
I just noticed today that HubPages took them down. They've been up for over a year and now they are marked as needing to be revised.
Well, if HubPages has told you that there is something wrong with the Hubs now, compared to old standards, then I would say that it is obvious that something in the standards changed.
Please be advised that HubPages should have sent you a notice telling you why the hubs are no longer good enough. And, to top that, at the top of each up which has been unpublished you will see a reason.
Good luck with your hubs.
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