Would it be possible to add a new symbol to the hub statistics page to show when there is any sort of warning on a hub like "overly promotional" or any other possible violation?
Due to the changes it now says in the box, "To see warnings for your hubs, please click on the title of the individual hubs below"
It was a big pain to go through each hub to see if it had a note on it or not, as I had some product hubs with warnings and some without.
Edit: I also would like to request that the edit button would let you change the title of a forum post. I would have liked to added Suggestions to this post.
this would be a good idea because sometimes I don't look at my list of titles for a week or even more if I am busy.
It would be nice to be able to change your title on the forum post instead of deleting the thread. It is a pain when you make a mistake and cannot go back and change it.
Yeah, you make a valid point there Ramius, I hate having to go to each hub and to see if there is a warning, it is when the hub is unpublished that I realize that a warning has been there. Using another color or symbol to alert would be a great idea.
I have a hub, that I had to unpublish. Because the warning of over promotional material or links? I deleted all products for sale on this site, and there are no links to take you off the hubpage.
The only thing I see, is that the hub has a play on words...that include "art" and "heart" and some emblems that show actual hearts on the page. I think the computer is taking this as overpromotional, yet if I take out the extra words of Heart or Art, it takes away from the whole writing.
Trying not to get frustrated with this one, will figure something out? Any Suggestions:)
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
As predicted in yesterday's announcement, we've rolled out some additional warnings on Hubs today. The new warnings that appear are detailed below. Enforcement of these rules is currently schedule to begin on May 14. In the interim, we will be fine tuning the filters that identify...
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
New Hub Warnings - We now display automated warnings on hubs identified to be in areas where rules violations are common. These are the first step toward implementing some of the rules changes described on the HubPages blog last week. Please click on the warning to learn more about that...
by ThomasE 7 years ago
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by protjack 10 years ago
Hi,this Hub of mine:http://hubpages.com/hub/Haiku-poem-Coca-Colahas been flagged as substandard (or in danger of becoming one or whatever). The Hub is a poem with a video clip. That's all that that Hub is supposed to contain, nothing more and nothing elseand your engine thinks it's lacking content...
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Hello everyone! The Forums sure have been interesting lately! Many Hubbers have noticed our new publishing standards and site policies, many of which have been introduced as a response to a search algorithm change (dubbed the Panda update) that Google rolled out in February. Many...
by emdi 8 years ago
Did some of you noticed an option Title tuner in hubpages? It suggests you how to tune your title to get more traffic. It worked for me. There was 3 fold increase in trafic when I just added a key word hubpages suggested me in mzy title
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