I am 3 years Old Hp member but still I have to go through Hp administrator review process. But unknown new users are posting low quality content without any restriction. Just few minutes ago flagged this article - <link snipped>
I think for new users review before publishing should be compulsory.
I agree. I see too many spun content while hopping and I really dislike spun content than anything else. I can understand short hubs, I can even understand someone not understanding the rules and post their articles from other sites here, but what I cannot understand or will never accept is spun content.
Yes there are going to be new users who are not going to be familiar with Hubpages' platform and they are going to produce less than quality stuff. However, it's apparent that you've broken rules more constantly and consistently, that Hubpages feels it is necessary to moderate everything you publish.
This isn't nor should it happen to new users. I'll agree that there should be something in place to prevent extremely low quality stuff from appearing, but it's tricky.
I bet 50% of the new users from India copying answers from other sources. Hubpages review process should be compulsory for at least first 10 Hubs.
Just Now I tried to use the Hubpages Title tuner and all of those Hubs is now unpublished and waiting for the review process.
1 of them is already ranking well in the search engine. Even Google does not bother about Grammar. If the articles are already published and they are free from plagiarism then what is the point of reviewing them again. Now I don't have freedom to edit my previously Published Hubs.
You have to stop giving these people backlinks. Flag it and forget it...
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