I need to know what are the points that need revision in the following hubs:
I cant figure out whats needed and i really want to publish these again.
The links only show the Hubs as unpublished - it should tell you a reason at the top of your hubs, only you can see this as I recall
e mail hp staff and ask them if they can explain.
read the e mail they sent carefully and ask them if you dont understand
We are taken to an area which just shows your articles as no longer published.
If hubpages blocked them, their is always a pop up box which lets you know why they were unpublished.
I personally have had this happen several times. My business articles cause this more than I care to admit. I have only had to start completely over one time. I just remove what they find objectionable and fill it with something else if my hub becomes too short.
I have never had to contact the hub pages staff to get republished because they tell me the problem in a pop up box and I just make changes.
I have had to ask questions like you just did a few times so don't feel alone.
Hmmmm OK. But the issue is that the pop up box just displays all the general reasons why the hub might be blocked. It isnt specific. I have even made a few changes and submitted it for republishing. But still its blocked. Have sent HP guys a mail . Thanks a lot guys for helping out.
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