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I'm miffed right now. I don't think articles I wrote way back when the site started ought to be flagged now just because Hubpages keeps adding more and more rules. My article on lyrics just got flagged because I put a link so readers could find the words to each song mentioned. So I took all the links out. Which pretty much kills the usefulness of the article. It's one thing to break a rule once you know what the rule is, but to break a rule that didn't even exist when I wrote the article seems like changing the game once everyone has already been involved.
Those warnings in the brownish color are merely advisory (calculated automatically), If you're hub has made it this far without being moderated (action taken by a human), there is a pretty good chance that it doesn't need to be revised.
A hub that has actually been moderated will be unpublished, it will appear with a pink background on your my account page, you will be sent an email, and there will be an explanation in a red color on the top of the hub.
I'm glad there are still some humans still working at Hubpages. I was beginning to think the robots had taken over.
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
What I want to write about is a part of a man's chest; namely the part that is the same word as what you put on a baby bottle. See, I'm not even sure I want to use the word here on the forum. I've read about people...
by BenjaminB7 years ago
I find it hilarious that Hubpages pushes the concept of helping new Hubbers yet my Hub which has had very good reception by the community has been flagged for being both overly promotional and substandard.I had 5 social...
by Bill Russo6 years ago
Have the moderators ever wrongly flagged one of your hubs?They keep picking on one of my hubs and they took away the advertising. I do not even participate in their ad program. I am not writing for money. I...
by CrystalSingleton7 years ago
By means of substandard quality? One of which has almost 700 views on it. These three hubs have been on here for over a year and are now being flagged although they generate comments and daily reads. I don't understand...
by Benz B5 years ago
I am having issues with the hubpages staff. Yesterday I updated a hub that was published in 2009. And notice that I was not allow to resubmit it before it was reviewed. Then I tried to update another...
by rajan13117 years ago
I have been on hubpages for some time now, not been the most active on forums, not among the big money makers too, but I guess I have the right to complain about something I am not comfortable with.For the past 2-3...
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