I feel that I am being singled out by Hubpages guys or administrators because every time I post a question I often get deleted and my hubscore moves quickly below and it makes me hurt that I am considering of deleting my account and leave Hubpages for good.
Have you read the guidelines for the Question/Answer section? Because if you submit the sort of questions there that are considered inappropriate for that section, then they are going to get closed or removed.
Well, I am curious what type of questions you are attempting to post. If you are trying to post simply answered questions, then there would be a reason for it and that you should know by now.
If your questions are insulting to others, then there would be a good reason for that too.
If your questions attack individuals or groups of people or are deemed offensive, then there's a good reason why your questions are not being allowed.
There have been many NEW aspects to HubPages during your time and had you spent more time in the forums, then you would be aware of them.
However, don't worry I've an answer for you.....
Read the TOS(terms of service) of HubPages and if necessary visit the Learning Center to gain more information.
But, whatever you do.......quit feeling like you are being singled out, because you are not.
I am a sane person with good attitude and I do not post hate or offensive questions and the administrators knows that.
With over 200,000 active members....YOU have the nerve to think that HubPages administration knows you?...especially with 10 posts to the forums?
WOW! I want to be like you.
Isn't it that we live in the computer world that all is possible? Don't tell me or is it you that keep on flagging me? Come on padre, let's be saner.
All is possible? Again, you're joking right?
I am much saner than you, if you actually think I would waste my time flagging questions which HubPages has an automatic filter for.
Is that what you think of your self? a sane person who do not want to hear others questioning on how the things are being run here in Hubpages?
I don't mind people questioning how things are handled on HubPages, providing they have a legitimate argument.
You have no ground to stand on to begin with, because you think they are against you. And, they are not, nor is anyone else for that matter. It's all in your mind dude.
As for what I think of my "self". I don't consider my "self". My life isn't about ME.
Come on dude, and what you're doing right now, we're having arguments where in fact is a mere question from me, got it right dude!!!
I'm not arguing with you. I am attempting to get you to realize that many things on HubPages is automated.
And have NOTHING to do with you as individual, but you apparently refuse to listen.
....and what do you call this? this is an argument that you started dude!!! from a mere question...
Man, get over yourself before you get yourself into trouble.
The problem you claim to encounter from the get-go is all in your mind, which is why I have a problem with your thread.
What trouble are you talking, I'm a fighter from the Philippines and I kill people without mercy...try me dude.
Please don't threaten me dude, I am a warrior who could just slash anybody's throat.
Yes, but I compare my questions to others with similar tone and wordings but I often get the axe of rejection.
How do u know that others aren't being axed as well?? U see them the minute they're up but don't follow up and check a few days later
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