My article was blocked even before posting it. It says I am promoting something to sell. This the 3rd day, I don't know how long I have to wait please?
The best solution is to email staff at Team@Hubpages.com and find out why you are being blocked from publishing.
Their response can be delayed due to the backlog on moderation of the site. Please be patient. I am sure someone will get back to you.
Thank you Cagsil, I have a lot of "technical" articles in my mind. I m afraid of the idea of waiting for each Hube several days before publication.
All my articles would contain a lot of nasty words like "calories" "proteins" "cancer" ad so forth.
Those words are not welcomed in automatic filters lol
You shouldn't have to wait for each hub you write to be published.
Actually, those words shouldn't be a problem.
Many words in the filtering system HP uses are more do with over-saturated market and spamming content. Do yourself a favor and try to stay away from things that already too much.
Exactly, my articles are against spamming content. And they are not promoting any products, famous diet, or exercise routines.
My first article was about the effect of natural fenugreek on breast growth and how to make a home-made drink from natural seeds that are sold in food store.
The second one, how to make mint green tea.
The last one, it debunks the myth between losing belly fat and crunch exercise.
And they all have been blocked.
The way to get the Hub published right away would be to change it enough to make the warning go away. For example, make sure you don;t link to any one url more than two times.
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