Most of my articles which were published 3-4 years back, are now being filtered every other day.
My articles which were published 3-4 years back are now being filtered every second day. I am not able to understand the reason. Should I quit or review them?.
Don't quit. Review,yes. If you have checked all the highlighted errors and made the corrections, I guess it is ok to ignore it. I am sure Hubpages will make it specific regarding whatever they are doing? I am hoping someone who knew better will shed light to your question.
by Brenda Barnes 5 years ago
Why Do We Have "Recent Images" On Our Profiles?I do not understand the reason to have these on our profiles. What purpose does it serve? It seems to be more clutter that can distract from our Hubs.
by PADMENDRA S R 3 years ago
How many times an article is filtered?When some of your articles which were displaying a good statistic figure since long, are suddenly downgraded to a non feature quality, what a writer should do, either delete or upgrade them?
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
Have you had a question, comment or hub unpublished by a moderator?Have you had a question, comment or hub unpublished by moderators? What steps have you taken to understand the reason and to avoid future mistakes?
by Buildreps 3 years ago
Why have some Hubs a longer summary on HP?Compare the length of the current HotD (an amazing good Hub) with the length you can add in your own summary box. I don't understand the reason of this discrimination.
by gaurav oberoi 3 years ago
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by Mutiny92 7 years ago
I notice that there is another tactic to get a lot of content published: reuse content from your other hubs.In particular, http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs … protectionThe titles and parts of a couple of paragraphs are changed, but everything else is reused. If this is an...
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