OK - I created my first Hub yesterday and got an email today stating I'm violating the link rule. I've read the rules and I'm confused as to what I've done wrong.
I wrote an original article and posted it as text. I have 2 links in the body of the article, one that goes to an owned site and one that goes to a product page.
I added an RSS feed, that is to my site, the same site I linked to in the article body.
Is it the RSS feed that's causing the problem? I thought it was acceptable to reference the same site twice so long as one was through an RSS feed.
Thanks in advance.
This is your problem. You can either have the RSS feed, or the link, but not both.
Thank you to everyone that replied. I will remove the RSS feed and keep my fingers crossed!
I believe you are right remove one of them n all should be well.
First off, welcome to Hubpages! You'll like it here, sorry your first experience isn't a good one.
and Yeah, what Dame said. If you have two outgoing links and an RSS feed from another site, that's three outgoing links. Just remove one and best of luck to ya!
Good work ladies! You are very nice hubbers always ready to help.
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