All 98 of my Hubs are highlighted in pink. What does this mean?
well since none of them are showing its difficult to give any suggestions. I'm sorry and maybe its a glitch.Ask the team.
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They suddenly all say they have a large number of tags- even the ones that only have 5 or less tags. I don't have any idea whether I need to remove all tags or what.
Is it possible that I've had too many total violations on single Hubs so they were all unpublished as a result?
I had two violations yesterday and I tried to fix them. Other than that I have only had violations a few other times. Does anyone know how many are too many by chance?
Do all of your hubs link to the same site? That could be one reason.
btw this guy has a hub of d day as well as nugget! - had at least
So much for the ability of whoever chooses these outstanding hubs!
Ha that's what I was wondering- how I could have four award winning Hubs but they can't be published anymore.
There must be tougher standards now.
My personal opinion- Superhero"sales"- is a flag all by itself.
You can usually see what the problem is (or at least, why the hub got flagged) just by viewing the hub(s) in question.
I stumbled across this: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Hub- … Moderation
Thanks, Paradigm, it looks like this will be useful!
It was a very good Hub, but didn't mention anything about all of a Hubber's Hubs being marked with the same violation. Do you have any other suggestions?
Well, frankly. Jason's email seemed somewhat ominous to me. Especially the part I took the liberty of italicizing. However, this could be a misperception on my part.
I've seen other posts where all hubs were unpublished based on the operating premise that: if a few hubs have the same error, then the other hubs probably do as well. I'd do what Jason says and then review all your hubs to be sure they are in compliance. When you have done what Jason said and are sure all your hubs are in compliance, resubmit.
Superhero, I know it seems daunting and it will take some time, but what I would do is revise each hub. If there is a tag issue then remove the now tags and add others, not more than ten or so. Maybe there are irrelevant tags on the hub. What use to happen is that HP use to suggest the tags and there were some instances where very stupid suggestions were made. Some people would add all the suggestions no matter how silly they seemed. It could be those tags were added while that tool was in place.
Then again, each hub should have a warning on it to state exactly what is needed to be done. Just click the link at the top of the hub where the warning comes up and you will see why it was moderated.
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