I have a hub that has been taken off hubgages. I'm not asking you to go there. According to the message I got the title is deceptive or the tags are excessive or deceptive. Where can I go to find out what's wrong. I can't see it. I've already revised it once and it didn't help. All but one of the tag words is in the title and the other is in the text.
That will sometimes happen if you have a tag like "sexy" just to get attention, when the Hub is about, for example, growing organic carrots.
If your title and tags match, but the body of the Hub is on another topic, you can be flagged for that.
If you think it's really OK, just email the team to re-evaluate it.
Well the title and the body do match and believe me there's nothing very sexy about a pie recipe so I guess I will email the team at least to get clarification. Thank.
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