The recommended hubs on one of my pages is inappropriate and not at all related to my page. Is there a way to get them changed? At the bottom of my hub on how to teach preschoolers, hubpages selected 3 recommended hubs on sebaceous cysts (with a picture of one on a bare butt), how to shave your butt (again with a picture of a bare bottom), and how to remove dark spots and patches from your skin. (None of those are pages authored by me, by the way.) My hub is designated under Education and Science»Home Schooling & Life Experience Education»Homeschooling, so I have no idea how in the world Google would even consider those pages to be related. What can I do so that my viewers no longer have to see bare bottoms with cysts on them when they view my hub?
Unfortunately no. Here are some other complaint threads about the butts http://hubpages.com/community/forum/134 … ended-hubs
http://hubpages.com/community/forum/134 … bs-feature
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