So yesterday I noticed a few of my Hubs had been unpublished and needed some corrections. Today though, when I get on to check the status of those Hubs, I see that every single Hub (507 of them) has been moved to unpublished.
How is this even possible. The account has been active for 3 years and now my account gets wiped out? Has this happened to anyone else? Can anyone with HubPages fix it?
It's possible it was a glitch, that has happened before. I pulled up a cached version of one of your hubs and could see nothing wrong with it. However, if you link to the same site in every hub that might be a problem.
I would email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them.
If you were active in the community (I notice this is your first forum post in three years) you'd be aware that this past year that standards were tightened due to changes with AdSense, and there are a number of users to whom the same thing has happened.
If you look at the emails sent to you by HubPages, they detail what is wrong with your account.
I've actually e-mailed them twice today.
For the Hubs I've created, the links go to alot of places, not just one specific site. If this is just a glitch, I hope they fix it soon because otherwise I am screwed.
We have only received one email from you, and it was delivered an hour ago. We ask for at least 24-48 hours to respond to email inquiries.
Your account has been placed on probation as a result of repeated rules violations. If you would like more information, please respond to the email I have just sent to you.
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