Why is my blog disabled?
January 25, 2011 2:15pm CST
It's showing that one of my blog is disabled....I am very sad..my blog is in blogger.com it says....If your blog is disabled, it will be listed on your Dashboard,but you will not be able to click on it to access it. If this is the case,there will be a grace period during which you can request that it be reviewed and recovered. The disabling is a result of our automated classification system marking it as spam.Because this system is automated there will necessarily be some false positives, though we're continually working on improving our algorithms to avoid these. If your blog is not a spam blog, then it was one of the false positives, and we apologize. Does it happened with you before? I have already requested to review it and recover my blog so that I can access my blog once again. Do anyone have any experience of it? Can any one tell me will I get it back??How much time it will take ? please reply and please help me friends.....
• United States
25 Jan 11
I type I earn ... Alright, I just couldn't resist posting that, especially since you told me to. Unfortunately, I do not have any real help to offer you on this issue as I do not have a blog. I see that you have already contacted the site and asked for a review to see if it was done in error, which is the advice that I would have offered you. I do hope that they review it quickly and get it fixed. Good luck!
• United States
26 Jan 11
No, I was not just trying to earn by replying here. Actually, I was teasing you, because you said that I should include that in my responses, but that is not the biggest reason for replying on this discussion. I thought by adding my response, then it would get it out of the "no responses" category, which would then put it in the "recent" tab. I hoped that would draw some attention to it as some people check the "recent" tab more often than the "no responses" tab, so that someone who did know the answer would see it and be able to give you a better answer. I see that it did draw more attention, so my theory seems to have worked.