It appears you've already created links in some of your hubs. What are you trying to link to?
He's trying to create hubs for the sole purpose of promoting the company described in his profile, which undoubtedly is getting his content moderated. (WryLilt, in your quest to be the Hermione of HubPages, it would really serve you to read people's hubs first so you stop trying to help so many spammers.)
I'd take Hermione of Hubpages as a compliment - except I hate Harry Potter.
And I did have a look at them and saw them as low quality, but in my dazed mind I'm generally used to newbies writing 250 word blocks of text and that's it. Shall look closer next time.
When your whole purpose for being here is to promote another site, I think you're wasting your time - and ours. You'd be better off finding another site that allows you to promote your own.
Adding the occasional link (no more than 2 per domain) is fine however, I agree with the others that if you're creating hubs fo the sole purpose of promoting your company, a product, etc. then you are probably wasting your time.
yes, you can send them a email, team @ hubpagesdotcom they will answer asap. They're a good team.
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