Expertscolumn accepts almost all of subject topics that columnists have written. However, there are times that the site will kick off columns that violate its site's rules and policy. Based from my experience with this publishing site - after a column is published, the said column is still subject for moderation.
If the column is found guilty for violation of its policy - it will be immediately be deleted even though it was already published for some couple of days, already has attracted views and traffic and it is already flying across the Internet or the author has already shared itto bookmarking sites, social networks, Internet groups, blog sites and to other writing publishing sites.
Every time I receive notification from Expertscolumn telling me that one of my published columns on their site was deleted as it was found has violated its policies - I felt cheated in the first place. And quickly I sent off Admin and Webmaster a letter - asking them for an explanation without realizing that some times I ignored also some of the site's rules.
I am just honest to say it now that the deletion to some of my published columns has taught me a lot. Now I learned that before I write a column, I must have first learn to understand it site's policy. And before I submit a column for publication, I would have first
Below are some of the subject topics and contents of my columns that according to Expertscolumn Moderators, Admin and Webmaster have violated its writing policy.
- Column that describes rape through the rapist eye and other taboo subjects
- Column that highlights sex, porno and other undesirable desires and lusts
- Column that highlights gambling and casino
- Column that you already have written, published at other publishing sites but found that some of the contents have parity written and published by other authors
Special to mention - a column regarding the application how to increase income from Google AdSense is also subject for deletion. When I published the column entitled