I created a hub with most content comes from my personal blog in which now I know it is not allowed. I revised the whole content and resubmitted. It has been 3-4 days now and it is still being unpublished. I have not heard anything from Hubpages after the original email I got about content duplication. Should I know something by now if my revised content is acceptable? How long do I have to wait? Thanks!
Moderators are running behind. New moderators are being trained as I post this. It could take a week or longer, simply due to the amount of hubs being edited and submitted for review(moderation).
Try to be more patient and if you've done a good enough job at making it original content, then you'll have nothing to worry about.
Cags is right!
In case you have not seen it, Simone posted a lengthy piece that addresses this topic (amongst a wide array of others) here:
It is worth the read as there is a lot of good info included
They're right! And Mutiny92- thanks for sharing the link to that sticky post! I also added a new question and answer addressing the temporary moderation delay, so it definitely addresses the issue.
Ezcasha - Thank you for revising your Hub, and thank you for your patience!
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