I've noticed that Squidoo doesn't allow you to place your RSS feed within your own lens. I've been studying Squidoo a lot lately as it seems they took less of a hit overall then HP with the recent Google algorithm change.
Do you think that placing your own RSS feed within a hub can now be considered overly promotional or spammy in Google's eyes?
Over promotional isn't a Google rule, it is a Hubpages rule.
As for "spammy"? If it isn't spammy to Hubpages, then I would think it wouldn't be spammy to Google either, considering Hubpages hasn't said either way.
by Mary Craig4 years ago
Wouldn't it be nice if some explanation about the hub came with the above mentioned notices. All you get is the general notice that you hub is overly promotional or substandard and it needs to be fixed. If...
by Perry Fender5 years ago
I'm pretty new to HubPages (joined 6 weeks ago but got "busy" about 2 weeks ago posting Hubs) -- I got spanked last week and had a hub taken down temporarily for citing direct links to the particular...
by Conflagrant6 years ago
Hi,Let me just say first of all I love hubpages and have enjoyed my time here. This isn't a moan, I just need a clarification.I recently had a hub unpublished as it was "overly promotional" as I had...
by Paula Atwell22 months ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by plaw8 years ago
Hi All:All my hubs have been flagged as overly promotional even those pages that have no links in them .Two of my 30 hubs are about Chinese New Year and how to make a fruit cake without any links whatsoever. I am...
by ramesh8 years ago
i am wondering today that some 3-4 of my hubs has been flagged as overly promotional just a few hours ago..i made some changes and submitted for review ..but i do want to know when the overly promotional flag really...
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