Oops. That's monetized.
Will this be permanent? If not, how long does it take to be reconsidered? The hub is a short story and only has the one swear word. It's f**k. Oh, and someone says hell, but I'm sure that's not an issue.
You will need to remove the 'f' word most likely, then you need to re-submit for publication (assuming it has been unpublished by HP right now). Are you sure that is the problem?
It's got to the H word! Firetruck is not a swear word!
by Gilbert Smith 6 years ago
Does anyone use swear words in their hub pages?I haven't seen a single &%$#, *@ or even so much as a &*$ since I joined up.
by avni lohia 6 years ago
I know that this is not a new news. I was reading a forum post just 2 days ago about this and now all of my hubs have been marked for Revision. All of them were working great and now suddenly, they have Deceptive tags, title or category.I have not overstuffed keywords, chose the right category with...
by Peeples 4 years ago
Is my hub's quality bad based on one swear word?I have had a hub unfeatured due to engagement but never quality. Now I publish a hub with one cuss word in it and it's poor quality by HP standards. It has all the required number of words, pictures, and I even put a poll in it even though I felt it...
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
I recall a thread where it was suggested HubPages use the word "non-compliant" instead of "substandard" in their email when a Hub is unpublished.I think that idea was adopted?I'd love to see the word "substandard" banished altogether from HubPages and replaced with the...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
I apologize if this question has been answered elsewhere; I could not find it so I'm asking here.If a lenshub (a hub that is a transferred lens) is unpublished, does the URL redirect go away?
by Rudra 7 years ago
Why does hubpages want me to go? They have marked every single of my hub as substandard?
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