In my all hubs a message below shows..
"Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this article for publication." due to this message my hubs are not published..what i do ?
What is the moderator alert? Is it about duplication or too promotional etc?
Email Paul Deeds. Find his profile by clicking the "hubbers" tab, then type his name in the box. You'll see the link where you can contact him. Best of luck!
Apparently your hubs are "Very Hot and Spicy".
Perhaps you ran afoul of the HubPages and/or Adsense ToS?
It sounds like you have accidentally gone against one of their rules. You just need to find out where you accidentally broke the rules, and make the corrections. There should be a way to "put them into review." It's where the "publish now" button used to be.
Some of the ways you may have broken the rules is
- using more than two links to outside sources
- having lewd language or pictures
- promoting you're site by spamming other hubbers (sending emails to "advertise" through hubpages
- many hubs that are too short (less than 500 words)
- many broken links etc.
I think here are others, but those are the ones I know you can flag people for.
oh and if you need further clarification, you can contact them through here http://hubpages.com/faq/#flagging
Just read the first two questions, and the second one will have where you can write them for further clarification. I hope this helps!
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