The hub I came across has been here 2 years, so it's not a Squidoo transfer. It must have 30 links to Amazon and no where near the content recommended by management. (12 ads in a row with no content at least 3 times). And it comes up as one of the top 5 Halloween searches on HP. How is that possible? I think the writer should be notified - Turn it back a notch or 12 on the dial.
What are we supposed to do in this scenario? I was looking for nice Halloween hubs to share on FB, and this was disturbing - way over promotional. It's not in the hub hopper; I think many old promotional articles remain well thought of by HP, because they never get updated and therefore are never reviewed in the QAP process.
Up in right hand corner of hub is report. Click on that and choose from drop down menu.
by Paula Atwell15 months ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by BenjaminB5 years ago
I find it hilarious that Hubpages pushes the concept of helping new Hubbers yet my Hub which has had very good reception by the community has been flagged for being both overly promotional and substandard.I had 5 social...
by Smarticus8 years ago
I am a Power Teacher and train others to use this amazing, and effective teaching approach. I have a website that helps people apply what they learn in the FREE ebooks that can be downloaded from the main site.I mentor...
by DzyMsLizzy21 months ago
Would any of you suggest 'reporting' an obvious newbie who has obviously not read anything of the rules and protocols here, whose profile includes no bio and indicates having joined but 2 hours prior, and whose...
by DzyMsLizzy2 years ago
If you report or flag a hub or question, is it anonymous, or does the person know who did the reporting or flagging?It would be a shame to have a retribution war started....
by Daedalu6 years ago
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