I have written 20 hubs about yoga, and to increase traffic on each of them I thought it would be a good idea to link from one hub to another.
On the bottom of 4 hubs I added the same 4 links to 4 of my other yoga related hubs. 2 of these hubs got deleted within seconds?
Hmm... that was weird. Instead of adding all the links at the bottom. Start a group of all the yoga hubs and each hub will automatically link to the other ones.
Then why don't you use some links capsules and make your own link structure?...jimmy
P.S the people here are kind and friendly to each other and we try to help each other as best as we can.
sometimes though it all seems like a waste of time when the people we try to help insult our inteligence or the site that we all love so much.
no insult intended here but you need to learn how to interact with others.
May I suggest you stop spitting the dummy and grow a life.
You have bugs haunting you everywhere, even in Hubbing.
About time you forgave your insulting tone and close this thread.
You are the only one to stop it
I'll assume that you're responding to Mr Gozp and not Mr Jock.
Okay.. Just trying to help. And honestly it is the same thing. It links to the other hubs in that group. Maybe give the group thing a chance or not... doesn't affect me.
Ow, and now it even posted this thread twice. What a crappy site with a hell of bugs.
Don't beat around the bush. Say what you mean
I recommend Hatha Yoga for the ability to deal with this sort of thing without getting stressed
Although, I counted 20 published hubs by you, so I don't know where you think they have gone?
1) Your hubs are still there all 21 of them.
2) if you think this site is crappy then go elsewhere, no one forces you to write here.
1) No they are not!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Yoga-Nidra-the- … Relaxation
"This hub has been deleted and will be permanently removed in about 2 days."
2) I have never seen a website before with so many bugs. And I would never have signed up here if I had known about this problem.
I have already spend quit a few hours on this site, so right now Im just trying to get the best out of it. Though it is tough.
You have never seen a website with this many bugs lol
I guess you haven't seen many websites then. Have you tried emailing the site admin - firstname.lastname@example.org and asking them what the problem is?
You deleted them yourself!
That's the message you get when you delete your own hub.
If HubPages Inc have a problem with one of your hubs they will tell you via email. And I doubt that you'd get that message.
No, that is not true. And <snipped personal attack>!
Actually it is true. The only way a hub will be deleted is if you click the delete button and then confirm that you want to delete it. If we have a problem with your hub it will be unpublished not deleted, you will be emailed, and there will be a warning at the top of the hub telling you what the problem was.
You can undelete your deleted hub by simply clicking EDIT and then the UNDELETE button, but you only have about 24 hours to do this before it will be gone for good.
No. Im not talking about when you normally get this message. I'm saying that I didn't delete it and I surely didn't confirm to delete it. Well, I guess you will not believe me in this anyway...
For somebody selling Yoga as the means to connect to god and release negative energy, relax, etc blah blah blah -
You are pretty highly strung
You're not going to get anywhere calling people idiots either. As for your obvious dissatisfaction with hubpages, if you are so convinced that the system is working against you, maybe you ought to test drive other sites and see what else there is to offer. It's a free country. I personally like hubpages.com, and have no plans to go elsewhere.
darkside is far from being an idiot!
... ahem ...
I have never seen that message so I wouldn't know, but
Well, one of the articles was written by Jennifer...maybe that is he?
Try doing this and see if it works to fix the problem.
Click the "my account" tab above.
When your hub list comes up, open one of the deleted hubs. Then click on the "Edit" button. When it opens, click on "Undelete." Then click on "Publish." Should fix it for ya.
Then, do the same for the other deleted hub.
Hope it works!
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by sid_candid 7 years ago
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