How does a banned hubpages get voted up? seriously, it's happening to me
I have a hub that is banned... highlighted red, and 'needs revision" and it's only been seen online by one person because the first person reported it. "mature content" Its horror ficiton but LITERARY like edgar allen poe, but sexual like an episode of "The Hunger" on showtime without the blatent nudity...
It's been viewed 9 times since it's been banned? by the censership I guess because I b#$%# about it alot. and its at 72? do you think that stategic word choice can be interpreted as "profane" but stupid readers?
vampirism, and the cutting off of a mans loins by the female womanizer
I have a couple of hubs that have been highlighted red and "needs revision." I keep changing the content and resubmitting, but they are still tagged for revision. I read and reread the reasons why, but I'm still not sure what I've submitted is going to be good enough. Hopefully so...so, I would suggest changing the wording and rearranging your content, and taking out words that they consider "mature content." Hope this helps.
by Novel Treasure 3 years ago
I just logged in and it shows every single one of my hubs highlighted in pink, to need review. The majority of these were well trafficked and featured hubs or editor's choice. Did something happen? I tried looking in the questions and forums and didn't see anything. I am not a former Squidoo person...
by Catherine Mostly 3 years ago
First, apologies to Tori since it will SEEM like I'm picking on her HotD - I'm not. These featured hubs need to be touched by an editor if Hubpages is ever going to be taken seriously as a 'real' writing site.1. The Title is Wordy2. Restain should be re-stain3. FIRST sentence, misspelled word:...
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
In lue of King Larry being indefinitely banned from forums, he's asked me as a personal favor to post this on here to see if there needs to be any changes made. As we wouldn't want another LeBron James hub incident, where it gets unpublished again. therefore, he wanted me to put up here...
by She-rah 7 years ago
How do I know if my hub needs revision? Do I get an email from hubpages or am I supposed to guess?I just published my first hub and when I scroll down to the very bottom of my account page, there is a bar and the "needs revision" is highlighted in pink. I'm not sure if that's how it's...
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
There are actually some here that want more restrictions on what who can publish here!! They really want to hold back new artists and writers.Well excuse me Hitler's book burning Germany but no thank you. I grew up with Uncle Tom's Cabin banned.I grew up with Martin Luther King's work being...
by Jyoti Kothari 6 years ago
I have some well established hubs in the hubpages which are put in "Needs revision" group. Hubpages authorities are asking for revision and I have found no valid reason for the same. These are old hubs and attracting good number of readers. Moreover, these hubs have good hubscore...
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