I've update this hub (http://favored.hubpages.com/hub/psalm-100) and removed all the products, links and anything else they may have thought was a violation. I have 2 links to Amazon and 2 outside product links, that's it. When I updated it for publishing the same links keep coming up as if not removed. It still says it's over promoted.
How do I get HQ to look at the article when it says the links are there when they aren't? The article is well over the requirements now, so what should I do?
Did you click on "Check For Violations Now" after publishing? It can take quite a while for the system to do a check so you are best forcing it to look again. Even that can take several minutes.
Fay, did you get an email from HP on that hub. If you did, there should be a link at the end of the email to post the unpublished hub in the forum, and we would be able to see the hub then.
I did get an email about the hub(s). So you can't see it? Didn't know that. OK let me figure this out. Thanks
Are you sure the violation is related to links? could it be duplicate content, if you're quoting a psalm?
It takes a day or so for the red skull violation to disappear. I had some appear on older poem hubs where I had amazon and ebay ads, and the poems were not enough word count. I removed the links, but it took a day or so for the skull to disappear.
Your hub is unpublished, cannot see it. Go to edit. Hover over the text links and click on the broken chain to remove the hyperlink. You can also delete the text that is hyperlinked, then put it back without a link added to it. If that doesn't work, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. From the title you have it appears that the hub is about Psalms 100. That is a tough one to choose products for unless product is maybe a Book of Psalms, a book that is a commentary on Psalms.
I've totally deleted all the links and capsules they said were in violation. They're gone, but it still says they're there even when it's refreshed. I added photos with the psalm text in them on purpose so it wouldn't trip the sensor. It was hard to write on this since it is a common book in the Bible, but I did like it and felt it was worth the review.
I really don't want to delete it, but if I can't get this resolved I may have no other choice.
Favored one also check in your comments as there may be links in there that transferred over from squidoo.
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