I cannot find any violation here. I want to know what I am violating. I will take this content elsewhere if I can't get an answer. I checked the links and they appear to be solid websites. Any help will be appreciated: http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-Goldman-Sac … ng-Treason
It talks about the latest warnings that we are receiving.
1) Calm down
2) The "automated warning" often gives false positives on hubs that should NOT have triggered warnings, as its algorithm depends on keywords (but who knows which ones).
3) Write to the hubpages team via feedback and request review of the warning.
4) Can you cut that article down in size for a bit? Your "update" (one after another) makes for a hard reading. A little timestamping sure would help.
5) Looks like it's more suitable for a blog, not a Hubpages article, IMHO of course.
We can't see the warning. Only you and moderators can.
Could you copy the text warning and reply with it here?
The links are all to sound content as far as I can tell. Any help would be appreciated.
WARNING: Your hub is at risk of being identified as a HubPages Policy violation
This hub contains links that indicate that it is likely to be violation of HubPages policy. This hub may:
o contain content that is illegal, promotes illegal activity or infringes on the legal rights of others
o contain content regarding programs which compensate users for clicking ads or offers, performing searches, surfing websites, posting in forums, or reading emails
o contain gambling or casino related content
o contain content promoting the sale of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco related products, or weapons and ammunition
o contain content related to racial intolerance or advocacy against any individual, group or organization
o link to sites that have been identified as hosts of phishing or malware
Please verify that the content in your hub meets all the provisions of the Google AdSense Program Policy. Disguising links with redirects or URL shorteners to circumvent this warning will result in your HubPages account being closed. If you feel like the sites that you link to have been incorrectly categorized, please contact us.
You should ask the moderation team for clarification. After all, they are the ones who made the violation call on your content.
I figured it out. No linkbee or such items. It was the last link way down the page. The warning went away.
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