When an article is itself an advertisement, and the author is trying to sell their own goods or services, which of the flagging options do you tick?
I guess you could go for the "Overly Promotional" one. But it really depends on what exactly the hub contains.
by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Kevin Hemminger6 years ago
How is it that one person has the ability to go through all your hubs and with a few clicks, take them all down?For instance: http://hubpages.com/hub/Marrying-a-Philippines-Girl(I realize it is down at the moment, but...
by RanaKm2 years ago
So, I've had a hub unpublished due to HP claiming that it's overly promotional.The hub only has 2 outbound links ( which is the number of links we're allowed to put for the other external sites ) this is the only thing...
by Robert P6 years ago
Today I hopped a few hubs and as usual I flagged a lot of them for being overly promotional, for having two links to the same site. The breach of the rules was obvious. For example, in a hub on the subject of weight...
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I don't go around looking for Hubs to flag, but when I come across something with glaring issues I try to be a good HP citizen and alert staff. They have, after all, continuously preached about the importance of...
by Karl Magi5 weeks ago
I'm new to this whole Hubbing gig and I'm curious about how one avoids having articles being rejected for being spammy? The article I submitted was an interview with a musician and the only thing that I can think is...
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