I hate to sound like the Village Idiot. Was the skull that signifies violations at the bottom of our accounts page always red? My score has dropped about 6-8 points from where it normally is this week, and I was getting concerned. I noticed that some of my RSS feeds disappeared. I spent the day reducing RSS feeds to be sure they all related specifically to the hub topic. I don't have any skulls on particular hubs, and think I corrected them pretty well. So is the skull just red anyway? I can't recall now. My eyes are bleary from reviewing all my hubs! Thanks.
by Ellen Brundige2 years ago
I've got the "Overly Promotional" red skull of doom on my top trafficked hub.Naturally it was the first one I edited. The affiliate links and "overly promotional" warnings at the top of the hub went...
by tmbridgeland4 years ago
Six days, and still getting the red skull of death, warning for phishing sites. This Hub has no links.http://tmbridgeland.hubpages.com/hub/Live-Debt-Free
by Cardia6 months ago
I'm applying to do a BFA degree in Graphic Design at an art college in NYC. For my application, I have to write an essay titled my Statement of Intent. Basically, I have to write why I want to study Graphic Design, and...
by Sarra Garrett3 years ago
Just got home from the hospital and checking my HP account I found the Red Skull of Death on my Social Services hub. I read my hub over, couldn't find any violations and when I went to check my account again the...
by Mary Craig3 years ago
I just received a Red Skull on one of my hubs, "One Hundred: What Does it Mean?" This hub was published back in October 2012 and is just now getting this message. I went in to check and can't...
by Wesman Todd Shaw5 years ago
How are we supposed to know which link offends the hubstaff if they don't tell us? Are we just supposed to do an eenie meenie miiiinnnneeeeeeee moe?
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