i had done 3 hubs just come on hubs doing ok now 2 of them have vanished why
they maybe got flagged? Have you gone into "my account"?
Go to: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs
There will be a message(reason) with your unpublished hubs.
Your writing on the forums is substandard, in my opinion. No upper case/lower case, no punctuation. Your profile page follows a similar pattern, all written in lower case, plus there are several basic errors. If your hubs are no better, they could have been flagged as substandard. You may want to consider adhering to basic rules of English grammar and punctuation.
Your welcome to read my only hub i have on here now and welcome to leave any comments thank you
You have no published hubs, currently.
its been gone for a bit. I am sorry. You really need to contac hp if you dont know what is going on. we can not see your hubs adn so can not tell you what is worng.
contact them here: firstname.lastname@example.org
thank you again noticed had to re submit again,some thing to do with tags i think, and also one hub was on another website .
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