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Hubpages hub got unpublished!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shiningeyes, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. shiningeyes

    shiningeyes BANNED BANNED

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    Well i was busy making link wheels manually and today found this email in one of my inboxes :D.

    Your Hub has been identified as a violation of our Terms of Use.

    Substandard - Unfinished or unlikely to be useful to HubPages readers; possibly generated automatically by a translation or article 'spinning' tool

    Your Hub has been unpublished, giving you the opportunity to finish it. When you are ready to have HubPages review it again, please edit it and click the "Submit for Publication" button. We will then review your Hub, and publish it if it appears finished. You will then get an email saying that the Hub has been republished.

    NOTES: Article i submitted in the hub was more than 60% unique.
    Manually made the hub.
    Created this hub couple of months back.

    Why this happened?
    Someone might have reported about the hub?
    Do they have some kind oif system to detect spin etc?
    Or any other reasons?
     
  2. shiningeyes

    shiningeyes BANNED BANNED

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    LOL all of the hubs got unpublished!!
     
  3. savagepriest

    savagepriest Junior Member

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    happens at times never used hubpages prefer squidoo
     
  4. Kikerinka

    Kikerinka Senior Member

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    Maybe they do it because of this:

    1. Most IMers create the hub but never come back. (doesn't matter if we speak about unique hub or not unique hub)
    2. Doing these operation, they easily get rid of most low quality hubs. - Let's face it, I even do not have the email anymore that I used to create the hubs :).
    So, good move from them. Serious users will just resubmit their hubs, and that's it.
    Hubpages:IM - 1:0
     
  5. MKelly

    MKelly Regular Member

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    That's a 40% copied article, I wouldn't accept it on any of my sites.
     
  6. ardavidr

    ardavidr Registered Member

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    try to create more than one article per account also connect your adsense account if you have one. Also try to use different ips
     
  7. Busrunner

    Busrunner Junior Member

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    Yeah shit happens. I heard, but cannot verify, that hubpages is a bitch also regarding generated (spammy) backlinks.
     
  8. arcticash

    arcticash Newbie

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    I am a consistent contributor to Hubpages as it is one of the better whitehat revenue streams and I can tell you that hubbers take the site very seriously and will quickly flag anything remotely resembling spun, copied or poor quality. It used to be easier, but google's panda update got everyone's attention and they monitor content closely there.
     
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  9. BFHoodn!nja

    BFHoodn!nja Regular Member

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    I only use 100% unique content for my hubs. They take much longer to make than web 2.0 but really pay off in the long run.
     
  10. shiningeyes

    shiningeyes BANNED BANNED

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    60% uniqueness is a high number you know. I have seen people recommending 30% uniqueness :) This was not the problem anyway!

    Why should i add adsense and why more than one article per account? doesn't make any sense.. Ip is not a problem too!
    Advice: Try to help someone if you know yourself :)

    Well this is what really happened, looking at my unpublished hubs i saw a reply of a gentle old man that he could not read the article :p He might have flagged my account or hubs.. :)
    That is because you have alot more time...