I published my hub 7 day ago but as per rules and regulation of hubpages.com it contain in violation. so my hub is disqualify for publishing. after that i edit it and solve the mistakes. and i resubmit for publication. but last 4 day i am waiting for publishing the hub. also i doesn't get any mail or updates related to my unpublished hub.
i request you please check my hub and moderate it for publishing.
My Unpublished Hub:http://aprilkielb.hubpages.com/hub/Chicago--Car-Insurance
You have to e-mail them again at firstname.lastname@example.org they don't respond through the forum when it comes to the correction of a hubbers work.
Grammar issues may be one of the reasons for your hub being unpublished. Weekends always mean a longer waiting period. You may receive your answer soon. If not email team.
Ha! You're one to talk, Sofs! You misspelled grandma! And what does April's grandma got to do with her hub being unpublished anyway!
LOL .. Grandma's are always the issue .. aren't they? How on earth do you spell grandma... Nanna? or snakey
Thanks for your valuable advise....i also check my mistakes and also check grammar mistakes.
If your hub is written badly as your posts in this thread, it's no surprise you can't get it published.
And if it's in car insurance (considered a saturated topic) it will likely be held to higher standards than other topics, since so many people write about it.
yes you are right..but i want to say i create unique hub. many are writing about it. but each and every person had its own skill. so no need to compare with other. if some mistakes in my hub then it will be pending for publication by hubpage.com. it does not mean that i shun down my writing work.
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