Why each and every Hub of mine has to go through Hubpages administrator review process? I agree English is not my first language and I am not a great writer. But I can write article with unique informations. This why I have got a Pr3 sub-domain. I am sad because many of my Hubs were deleted for grammatical mistakes. Moreover Hubpages moderators does not provide any hints or tips to rectify the mistakes.
On the other hand, fully copied and short articles are approved very easily - Example- http://revanthads.hubpages.com/hub/PHP- … from-India
I know I have to flag this kind of article. But my question is , why Hubpages moderators does not review the articles from a new user? Why articles from new users getting published so easily but an old user is suffering so badly?
Add: I have got near 70,000 views from only 27 Hubs.
Still HP can't trust me.
moderators cant moderate every thing...flag are software based...if u think ur hub should be there, contact moderators and m sure they would make sure ur flag goes...
I know they can't moderate each and every articles. But what's the point of moderating the old user's article and giving full freedom to new users?
tnvrstar - As former editor of Status Magazine Nashville, I would be willing to take the time to proof your work before submission. This would require trust on your part. I won't steal any of your work. You would need to send me the work as a jpg. I will copy the file and make grammatical corrections and return it to you. No more than 2 per month as my workload is moderately heavy.
If you see something that violates the TOS, flag it. That's how the moderators learn these things exist. Your account is on moderation because someone pointed it out to the moderators.
The content rules got a lot tougher this past year due to changes made by Google and with only a few dozen Hubs in your account, you've had months to bring your content into compliance.
According to Seo Quake, you have a PR2 subdomain, same as I, and English is my first language. I don't think it's personal. I thought Google decided on the PR business, not HP. However, I admit I'm not knowledgeable in this area.
I don't think it is personal either. Since HP change their T&C to suit what Google require, at times we will have problem especially being flagged. Again, if you can a have a PR 2 or PR 3 subdomain, of course you have proven your work but it doesn't mean that the domain you write for having the same T&C with HP. Don't give up as I see this as a small obstacle for you.
Good luck buddy.
Personally I think it is a good step by Hp community. I do follow each and every terms and condition of Google and Hp. My main problem is with Grammar. It would have been if the Hp moderators could point out the specific mistake.
I have successfully published 3 new articles with less problem. That means I am improving.
Thanks to everyone for giving me suggestions.
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