I got the following message when I tried to publish my second hub:
Sorry, because of rule violations associated with your account or ip address, permission to publish new hubs has been revoked. You can still edit your existing hubs and save your changes to this hub by clicking the done editing button. Your right to publish may automatically be restored through time and adherence to the HubPages rules. Fixing or deleting existing flagged hubs may also help.
I looked through everything, my other hub isn't flagged. What did I do? And how do I fix it?
Some hosts in some countries are not reliable and because of manipulation tactics, some IP addresses are banned.
You can send an email to HP staff and get it resolved. However, you will need to wait until tomorrow(Monday) to get it resolved.
Send email: Team@Hubpages.com
If you're in the U.S., then it shouldn't be happening at all. The IP addresses used in America should be no problem.
Again, email Staff and they should be able to sort it out for you.
These days they take a 2-3 days to answer that is if the weekend does not fall between your mails. They are usually quick to respond as far as I know. I have interacted frequently in the past.
Given that you other hub is not showing, it mush have been moderated. Look closer at it, open in edit mode. It must have been a major issue to put a hold on your account.
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