I have checked around a thousand times if my hub has voilations but the result was no voliation. but when I click the publish button they say there is a voilation in my hub ?
HELP NEEDED !!!
What find of violation is it?
This should indicate the 'area' that needs to corrected.
I can't see the actual wording of the violation, but I had one pop up recently that had a bad link (i.e. a link I had included was reported to be malicious at some point). I'm very glad the violation warning popped up, because I had no idea that link was bad.
While the violation skull shows up on the hub, it doesn't indicate which link is bad, or which part of the hub is causing the problem. I had to go through my hub and click on every link to see which one was causing the problem... I finally found it and deleted that link.
I hope you can find which part of your hub is triggering the problem!
Go to the above link and review the section on HubPages help. Here all the possible violations are listed.
Maybe due to oversight you could have done something wrong. Please check this, fix your mistake and update it again.
Hope it helps.
I had a violation issue that was flumixing me earlier on, I found my solutions here : http://hubpages.com/faq/#republish . I have sorted out 2 hubs that had different problems, now both of the are published. It's worth taking a good look here, it covers a lot of ground.
It could be that affiliate marketing as a whole has become a forbidden topic on Hubpages...
Is this because of Panda?? Has it all changed since it's introduction?
There are topics where hubs are more likely to be deleted if they are not high quality. Weight loss, abs, forex, MLM fall into this category, and I suspect affiliate marketing does too.
I stay well away from topics such as "Weight loss, abs, forex, MLM" and I will be sticking to just Amazon on HP for now. CLICKBANK and other affiliate programs seem to be causing a lot of problems.
Thanks for taking the time to post WriteAngled.
The violation tool on the statistic page only searches for basic violations, that I know of. However, your hub could have violations not caught by the tool.
I would suggest you send an email to staff- Team@Hubpages.com and ask them directly what violations were made.
i have been told that a hub i published a YEAT ago is now in violation because, its to short, contains subject matter that i have already written about, or isnt good enough, i guess.. the last two hubs i published got pulled for supposedly the same reasons..i have been posting hubs for two years and have only recently had these violations come to light. ive written 13 (-the 1 u unpublished and the two you didnt) and have had no problems whatsever. i hadnt published a new one until recently, so if im going to be admonished for writing the same way i have written on the same topics ive been writing about, just unpublish them all folks..i write for fun, not to be picked at, i get an idea or thought in my head and try to go with it. i may not always be grammatically correct, but i try to at least seem educated. now when i go to write a new hub, im all in a quandry, wondering if the hub will be published and frankly i dont want to keep worrying about how im writing, id rather just be known for my writing. thanks, but no thanks
Many things have changed since you became a member. I know, I'm going on my second year as a member. I would suggest you visit the Learning Center and find out what's changed. Unless, that kind of effort is meaningless to you and if so, then all I can say is good-bye.
well cagsil i liked it the way it was before, i could just start a new hub and rant which is what i do, not about politics or controversial topics, but entertainment in genenral. if i wanted to write and have an editor pick at my writing, i guess i would have gotten my journalism degree and let a newspaper editor do that. as it is, i was 1 year short, which might explain my lack of grammatical correctness and spelling, as pointed out by mariska.
if folks cannot undersand my writings or think i should be more "professional" on a non- professional writing site, then i would hope they would comment and let me know. my hubs stay about 83-85 on the hub o meter, dont if thats good, but i dont think thats to bad eh?
so for now, im not writing anymore hubs, ive been to school, high school and college and dont feel like going with the flow. i want to write what i want to write,
and iits not my going to the learning center is "meaningless", its just that i dont want to. i like the way my hubs are just fine and if people dont want to read them, thats ok .
Cynical1, just because something has been published for a year means nothing, really. It might have been breaking HubPages TOS all this time, but the moderation team hadn't noticed it before now. There are so many thousands of Hubs that it's quite possible for a non-compliant Hub to go unnoticed for months.
Your Hubs don't pay much regard to punctuation or spelling so I'm surprised they haven't triggered any filters before now.
I got the same thing on one of my hubs. I corrected it, removed the link I believed it was, and it still says it's a violation. I re-published it too.
When I fixed my hub with the bad link, the "skull" was still there for a while. Try re-running the violation checker (at the bottom of the page) and see if the warning disappears. When I ran the violation checker again, it updated the page and my scary little skull disappeared. I hope it works for you!
http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/04/new-pu … standards/
The above blog posting details some of the new standards included by Hubpages. Hope it will be of help.
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