I just got an email saying one of my hubs violates tos because of linking to a prohibited site, but I do not know which link you don't like.
There are no affiliate links on the page, although it does link to sites which have an affiliate program, and no links to ebooks.
It would be helpful if you could highlight the link that is a problem, otherwise there is no way that I can change it without resubmitting it 10 times changing each link on the page in turn.
You will get that message for Amazon links on your hub as well. There are rule changes with regards to Amazon links and wording.
If you would like an idea about affiliate links, check out the link below and/or visit the Learning Center(second link below).
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