I had someone do a few hubs on different topics than i have here and when i go back and try and edit them, i get the message stating.. you no longer have permission to publish hubs, i contacted firstname.lastname@example.org but its been over a week now and no reply. i am curious to why this might happen.
they were informative and not commercial hubs. 2 things that could have been are... 1 - i used one of my outsource workers to do this so not sure if creating 2 hubs from the same IP would do it or 2 - she did use a picture in each hub but dont think linked back to the pic, not even sure where she got them.
but if thats the case, wouldnt they just let me know instead of banning these hubs.
From what I've seen of your Hubs, and I only looked at the six most recently published, you're making spam, aka overly-promotional hubs.
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