But I would be grateful of any feedback as this is my first day on here...
http://hubpages.com/hub/Fine-Art-Prints … ng-Present
http://hubpages.com/hub/TGA-Breeze-4-Th … the-Future
http://hubpages.com/hub/Mobility-Scoote … re-You-Buy
The official HubPages definition of spam:
"Spam - Solely promotes another site, especially when Hub links all point to one site"
All of your Hubs can be interpreted as fitting the above definition.
hi, nice to meet you, and thanks for stopping by on the forum I posted. If I get a chance I will stop by, I have so many back logged people I got to go see. Thanks again. dee
Thanks relache, where do I find their definition? I assumed that it came under the classification 'commercial'. I guess I just saw what I wanted to see!
That's the definition that is shown when someone goes to flag a Hub, specifically the spam option.
Under the "overly promotional" definition in the FAQ, the first descriptive line reads "linking repeatedly to the same site within a hub or across many hubs." If all your Hubs contain links back to the same domain, even if there are only one or two per Hub, it will drag down your scores.
What HubPages is discouraging is the building of "landing pages," which are meant to try and drive visitors to a specific destination site. (Your three Hubs on scooters appear to be exactly that) On the flip side, HubPages encourages and rewards the production of original, diverse resources that offer the visitor a variety of other qualified sites as further references.
Thanks relache, while obviously I am trying to promote that site I don't want to take the piss. I'll sort those links out ASAP. Well I say ASAP, I mean after the weekend, after all they are still all nofollow anyway...
I've started tidying up those links. I've added links to other sites and removed some of my own, do you think that is within the spirit of the thing?
Also, to help my rehabilitation I have written a hub with no links at all! Let me know what you think.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Write-an-Online … That-Works
Welcome to HubPages JamesCurtis. I read two hubs and found them rather short. If you follow the why, what, where, when etc rules your articles will have bulk and more substance. Can add stickiness with pics, videos, polls, etc. Don't be shy to play with the capsules in your Hub adding more *text* capsules will allow for insertion of ads between them. Just look at other Hubs and see how they are set up and written to get more ideas. Otherwise, your writing is great n I say, keep up the good work as you're off to a great start.
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