I am trying to clean up my unpublished Hubs as quickly as I can and revise and edit but hunting for the "overly promotional" I have found that I have 2 photos to the same site and then a link to the site.
When I went to delete the link the capsule came back with an error message twice.
Is there an easier way to trace why each Hub is overly promotional?
You can use SEO quake in Firefox to show a list of all links on a page.
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by Conflagrant6 years ago
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