My hubs are constantly being unpublished by Hubpages for one reason and another. Unrelated products or links, etc. Is this happening to everybody? This is really bothering me. If this continues, then I will consider going somewhere else.
I had one unpublished because it had too many Amazon products. As for unrelated products or links, I make sure that every link and product on my hubs has something to do with the subject directly. For example, unlike a hub I saw yesterday, I do not offer iPads for sale if my hub is about dogs.
Like most, I used to include RSS feeds but a lot of the times they don't have anything to do with the subject. I don't bother adding them any more.
If you look at the reason, understand it, and don't repeat it--this should stop happening.
But it was not happening before. It is only happening nowadays.
This issue is affecting many Hubbers, but the good thing is HP send you an email asking you to revise it. I have had emails informing me, that I had too many Amazon products on certain Hubs and I simply deleted the Amazon Widgets.
I think HP give a time frame for you to do it. Maybe you missed the Time frame...
You are not alone.
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