Please can someone tell me what happened, I had 200 hubs and now they all are in red.
Can somebody please explain, I think it's because of Amazon products ( I had no description), but I'm not sure to clcik on ''submit for publication'' button, because I can be banned.
Pls, tell me the problem, thanks
I had a look in Google for your cached hubs, but only found a handful. As Michael says, there should be a description on each hub - this hub is unpublished because...
Out of the the hubs I looked at, they were a bit on the short side for words, but make up for it (IMO) in pictures and other things. Your English isn't perfect, but it isn't really bad either.
So I am flummoxed. If I was a moderator, I would probably let your hubs go.
I am really failing to see what standards HP are looking for.
One forum thread is enough. Look at each hub at the top. There will be a banner that tells why the hub is unpublished. You should have also received an e-mail. Check your spam folder and spam filter, if you didn't receive e-mail.
If you see none of these, then e-mail Hubteam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for reply, I'm really frustrated.
I think I have enough words in a hubs, maybe that's because of few pictures and videos on a hub ?
What do you think, can some admin or moderator look at my hubs, please.
Thanks for understanding.
The sad thing about they way they are handling thing at Hubpages now is that if they looked at just a few of your hubs and found them substandard for one reason or another, they will unpublish ALL of your hubs until those are brought into line.
Which must be awful if you don't know which ones they objected to.
Have you checked your spam folder?
I didn't know that. I really wondered why all 200 hubs are bad. But I'll try to fix it. I got some email from 10 hubs.
Mainly this is a problem:
Promotes site(s) or product(s) unrelated to Hub content.
I think that I'll try deleting links and see then...
There was a very consistent pattern of language that suggested either article spinning or running through an automated translation tool.
The emails you've been sent have been very consistent about the reason: "poorly structured or short". At the top of every Hub that has been moderated, you will see a message that you can click for more information.
All right, I'll try to correct the grammar mistakes, do I have anything else to correct ?
this is not an item for the forum- you should have contacted admin at HP first, who would have helped you, as Jason has done above. I am fed up with people posting, trying to get symapthy, when they have failed to correspond with admin- posting should only be after correspondence fails! um,..... better get off my soapbox now>>>> sorry if it offends any one but there we are
It is not a grammar issue. What Mr. Jason Menayan says is that there is a consistent pattern in the diction and style of the whole writing. Hence the use of some sort of spinning or translation system is suspected. If it is human action there wouldn't be any consistent pattern because human thoughts and imagination cannot be prescribed or prefabricated. They cannot be systematized or schematized.
That is the real issue with your content, not grammar. You are not answering to that point. You need to address that issue.
Ok thanks everyone, I'll now correct the mistakes. Thanks for telling me the problem.
hmm TheOneWhoKnows DoesntSeemToKnow ......
Sorry i couldn't resist the set up.
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