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Thomas Swan says
I have to agree, Hubpages seems to be becoming tighter and tighter each month. Whilst I agree that spamming and scamming should be eliminated, it does seem like their efforts are verging on censorship at times.
They certainly are. Moreso, the service I was endorsing was completely free! To Spongy0llama, apologies if I misunderstood the question.
I agree with what sparkster says. Sometimes it feels as though they don't actually want you to make any money..Ebay and Amazon ads are now 2 per capsule.
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Sid Kemp says
If you take just the domain of the URL and not any AdSense codes that follow it, you are safe.
Helpful additions, thanks.
Thanks Sid, I edited the hub and it passed. I only had one link, but I had to remove it. It feels weird recommending something without a link, but it was either that or deleting the hub. It wasn't a referral link either; I genuinely recommended it.
Thomas - I'm glad you got the hub up. If you weren't allowed one link, then that probably means that the site itself is flagged on some kind of blacklist - so you can see it wasn't personal at all. Did you put in the web site name w/out a link?
Thomas - Rather than linking to the product's website, check to see if it's available on Amazon or eBay. Then you can safely include it in a capsule, unless it's a product that is against the TOS.
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John Coviello says
Helpful answer, thanks.
Glenn Stok says
Glenn Stok is right.... NEVER, NEVER, NEVER click on your own ads or you will get banned by AdSense. (Actually, AdSense won't penalize you for accidental clicks but if it is too often, you may well be banned for life. So why take the risk?)