I come in this morning and they all say need revision i do not know what tht means nor how to do it you do not gave reasons or instructions.
Visit your hubs individually and there should be warnings displayed at the top, explaining why they have been removed for revision.
I looked at a cache of one of your hubs called "Remember the times". It was only 124 words long - with no other content.
You need to write stand alone articles with at least 400 words and other content such as photos, polls, links and the like.
Read these sections of the FAQ http://hubpages.com/faq/#what_is_allowed and you should be able to figure out what's wrong. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
roxxxy42, you asked a question a couple of days ago about not being able to publish your blog. Didn't you read the replies to your forums question? Please click this and read the replies. I also replied on that thread.
Your postings were all blogs, and Hubpages is not a blogging site.
I hope this helps.
What's up with this? I am once again confused...
Hmmm, "false advertising?" HP should do away with this banner since it says "Bloggers Love HubPages."
I tacked it on to the appropriate thread.
This issue has been raised before, as you do see advertising intended to attract bloggers and I feel it's misleading.
There isn't anywhere that says blogging isn't acceptable, because it depends on your definition of blogging.
Lrohner blogs about recipes, for instance,and I blog about dancing. That kind of blog topic would be fine on HubPages.
What's not acceptable is the original meaning of the word blog - an online diary. If people are just blogging about what they had for dinner or where they went for the weekend, that's not adding value to anyone except themselves and their friends. It falls under the category of "purely personal" and HubPages clearly states that's not acceptable.
lol if that is the case, roxxxy's blogs should not have been taken down then.
There are many different types of blogs.
I'm not referring to the way that content is delivered or written.
You know... I can't find any documentation that says blogs are a no-no.
Most of the blog-type posts I've seen fall under "purely personal" I think. I'm pretty sure this was covered in another thread. There's a world of difference between someone "blogging" that actually imparts useful information, and blogging about when your dog farts. Just sayin' is all...
I wasn’t aware of it at the time, but apparently OLYHOOCH made this post just for you.
There must be some consistent violation of TOS for unpublishing all your hubs.
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