All of a sudden after years of having published some of my articles they are being tagged as having violations. One of the problems is that they are (supposedly) mis-categorized. How do you check which category you put a hub in and how do you change it if it was mis-categorized?
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by Heidi McGrath5 years ago
I wrote an article about the different wine corks, titled it with the different types of corks (3), and categorized it under Wine. Well, they took it off, saying it was miscategorized, and deceptively titled, even...
by fen lander6 years ago
I published some blogs over 2 years ago. I have made no changes to 95% of them. This morning I see red skulls appearing on my account list of titles I've published. I am warned that these hubs contain violations and...
by Janis Leslie Evans5 years ago
There has been a resolution (in progress) regarding my hub article on 'How to Run a Breakfast Program for the Needy." Turns out there were no intentional copyright violations, thievery, or "spun" text...
by PaulaHenry15 years ago
http://paulahenry1.hubpages.com/hub/Dru … at-is-thisSo seriously, everyday I get a notice this is now unpublished. And everyday I remove photos, tags, whatever and I continue to see this is unpublished? No one...
by Scott A. Butler3 years ago
Hello Hubpages!I have started on editing my articles to reduce the number of affiliate links in them so they fall within Hubpages rules.Does it take some time for the violation notices to clear? I have cleared the extra...
by Kari4 years ago
One of my hubs was published on 11/05/13 and it still does not have a score, just a big old (?). I'm wondering if it missed some sort of screening and what I should do with it. Even though I've been on HubPages for a...
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