I have already sent a support email about my specific site that was unpublished by a moderator for three links to http://www.sciencedirect.com
I mean, I am clearly not promoting or benefiting from referencing scientific data from Science Direct to support my arguments?
Can we add this site to the "permitted list" please?
It has an Alexa ranking in the top 1900. And google trusts the site as Panda didn't hurt them. Google doesn't trust us. So it makes no sense to deny the links if there are no affiliate links. If there are affiliate links, only two are permitted.
Does an "overly promotional" tag stick forever? I now link to no site more than once (I am just saying stuff without giving the link to a source or citation)--but am still getting the "overly promotional" message and the hub doesn't seem to be getting sent for review or republished?
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