Reason for leaving hubpage.
If after writing a hub by spending lots of time and labor and it is removed for substandard.Should I leave hubpages permanently?
Yes, if if you don't take writing seriously. And no if you are interested in writing, you should not leave hubpages. What you should have done is to sit down again and rewrite your hub again to make it worthy of being published at hubpages. Hubpages are strict on what we post here. We are supposed to produce high quality articles and no duplicate material.
So, sit down and rewrite your article or shelve it for the time being and write an entirely new article. Make sure you have read the guidelines on how to come up with a winning article from the Hubpages Learning Center.
Remember, even if you decide to leave hubpages, the only place perhaps you can publish substandard work is in your personal blog.
Don't give up.
you are soo true patkay,i will definetly follow your sugesstion...does moderate check it or does he checked it after the comments or vote down of hubber
hubpages is a confusing and illogical sight at times. i rarely write hubs anymore because of this. i just come here mostly to ask and answer questions.
I think Patkay is right. If you are really interested in writing, you should not leave HubPages. You should rewrite your hub.
by Whos Cooking Now 5 years ago
I cannot get my hubpage published; they keep saying it is substandard. There are no typos.I have compared mine to some other hubs and I cannot understand why it is considered substandard. I need specifics.
by julie51 6 years ago
I wrot my first article or hub. It is in my fild folder (document). How can I move it to my hubpage? Please help.
by lesterd2009 5 years ago
Hey guys,I been a member of Hubpages since early 2009 really almost going on 4 years now. In the beginning was very excited since I a lot people were sharing and commenting on the info I was sharing with the Hubpages community.Anyways I decided to stop by after almost 9 months of not visiting the...
by Laura Deibel 6 years ago
I read before that:Substandard simply means that the quality of the Hub does not meet HubPages' standards. Below are some common reasons that a Hub may be moderated as substandard:•"Test" or otherwise unfinished Hubs•Very little content•Poorly formatted content•Low quality...
by jebin789 6 years ago
I really cant if my account banned or not.Because all of my got the Need Revision mark and when I am submitting a new hub to publish,it showing me at least 1 reason for not being published.What should I know?. What is the easy way to be sure if my account banned or not?..If it has been banned,than...
by binnyoinam 6 years ago
How to create a hubPage without creating a new hub?Hi, this may sound stupid and I am relatively new here. Do I have to create another hub with a different URL everytime I want to post a new article? is there any way to create a page in my existing hub?
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