Time after time people complain that their hubs have been withdrawn due to violations which they don't understand or accept.
Just to redress the balance...
Today I was editing hubs and came across a piece of crap I wrote about Debt Consolidation. It had a warning on it, and I tried to make it a bit better - but my heart wasn't in it.
It was garbage, written purely to get some advertising revenue.
The moderators decided it was unfit and sent me a unpublished message.
I have deleted it. No ifs, buts or maybes - it was rubbish, spammy and has no place among decent articles.
Glad to see the back of it to be honest.
What a refreshing voice, Mark. The sign of a good writer is knowing when to edit and when to scrape a piece of work. I've read your work and it really is high quality stuff.
You gotta know when to hold them, know when to fold them
Mark- great to hear someone say that- usually its something like, I put a new perspective on it- or something
Thanks. Maybe they'll encourage me to get of those couple of MLM ones I did as well.
Ten months ago it seemed that all you needed to do was pick up some keywords and sling a bit of content around them. And that, is just what I did.
It's difficult just deleting something though - so it's a helping hand, or shove, that's needed.
I'm about 60-70% happy with most of my content now - but there is still work to do. And of course we all learn as we write more.
I have had several hubs flagged on here. All of them were justified.
by Becki Rizzuti 6 years ago
I don't understand the reasoning behind penalizing authors for multiple links to the same domain. My Cedar Point hub has been flagged for violations because it repeatedly links to the cedar point website. I have no personal investment in this site at all, but I have a violation warning. The same...
by writinginalaska 8 years ago
Is anyone else having HubTeam yaking their hubs siting violation of terms? They yaked 4 of mine in the last 48 hours which have been posted for months. What the heck is going on?
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
by Kathleen Lewis 8 years ago
I have a hub that is nearly 3 years old, has a high Hub rank, and generates a fair bit of revenue for HP and myself. It is all original content and has several links to other websites. Each of the links points to only one domain with the exception of two - these two are self-promotion...
by SandCastles 6 years ago
I think it is vital that when someone flags your hub you are told who did it and why. If someone complained about you at work, protocol dictates that the person is supposed to go to you first and let you know that they are having a problem with you. They shouldn't just complain to the boss about...
by Thomas Swan 5 years ago
On my hub `Top 20 Famous Redheads In History' I have the violation `Links to Malware or Phishing sites'. The hub was published 7 months ago and I haven't added any links since then. When I go into edit mode, there isn't a message to tell me which link is supposed to be the bad one. I haven't had an...
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