My hub has just been declined as it violates guidelines. i think the presence of the word Viagra in my hub mighht be responsible for this but how can i talk about the treatments for ED & NOT mention Viagra???
I would e-mail Hubpages staff. I think the restrictions are the result of an automatic filter. Whenever I have e-mailed them, in such a situation, they have lifted the restriction.
If you used the name brand Viagra, that may be the reason, but maybe you can use the generic term... Sildenafil. Something to throw out there at the staff should you contact them.
I looked at the cache. I think it was the before and after pics that did you in...
This is why it's always preferable to use your own images.
It's a subject which is associated with spam, and it probably also falls foul of Adsense rules prohibiting adult content.
There are already too many articles on this subject elsewhere, so if your goal is to make money, you're probably wasting your time on that article anyway.
Thanks for your contribution. Its not really designed to make money, its more of an informational hub that came about as a result of my personal experience with patients requesting Viagra like sweets at a local pharmacy I was working in.
In an attempt to provide accurate information from a health professional I decided to write this hub.
I don't know if it will be allowed because of all of the past ED spam on the internet. But who knows?
That's both an overrepresented and spam topic on the web. Unless you have some truly original information, that Hub will most likely not be allowed to be published.
any way to make people in here preview the hub? that way anyone willing to provide feedback can assess whether they feel its overly promotional or not original enough, etc....
If you view the hub from your account it should tell you why it was flagged/unpublished.
The only people who can see that Hub are you and the site moderators. You'll have to work it out with them, especially as one of the moderation team was the person who actually looked at your Hub and pulled the plug on it.
Jeez!!! Talk about timing! Thank you, MSN.
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