I was asked to remove excess commercial content from some ancient hubs -Amazon ads primarily- I removed all but one section of ads from two of these hubs, and ALL ads from another, but when I went to click "submit" there is no place to do this?! What am I missing here?
Some hubs are "irrevocable," meaning they can never be published. Did you check for that? Also, did you try to open the hub regularly, meaning not being in editing mode?
by K3 years ago
Hi, I'm brand new to hubpages.I've applied to google adsense twice now and have gotten rejected. They don't give me a specific reason. It seems that most people on here got an account without a problem, and I thought...
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
I got a spammy comment (one of those spellcaster advertisements) on one of my hubs and even though I keep hitting "deny" the comment is still on it. Is there a special trick to denying comments or is...
by Kathryn S6 years ago
I've been a hubpages member for quite a while now. I have written 19 hubs and only have 1 follower. Where's the love? I think that I write fairly well and my topic are being read. What's the...
by Capri01105 years ago
I am new to this. I am just wondering why I could find my hub on google the first couple days I posted my new Hub, and now I can't even find them with quotes? Any advice?
by radiantwriting3 years ago
I have a hub about Suicide on the Golden Gate Bridge that was published in 2009 and has been read more than 71,000 times and another on the status of the Golden Gate Suicide Barrier that was published in 2011. Ads on...
by easyspeak6 years ago
I don't live in NC, but it's where I'm from and I'm thinking about going back. Why can't you do the Amazon Affiliate program in NC?
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