Two of my hubs got flagged (sigh), and I am feeling to dense to interpret this rule:
You may NOT add links to sites or offers you are promoting on content not unique to HubPages (i.e. if the copy exists already on the Web, you can't reuse it here to promote your sites
They mean you have to post original unique content if you want to put your links on this site. Surprised at having to explain this to "Information Ninja"
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