Hubpages has taught me a valuable lesson this morning. Not having complete control over your own work sucks!
It seems alright for HP to place completely irrelevant and unrelated links to other's hubs, on my hubs. All this in the RELATED hubs section. Yet links to my OWN hubs, that I feel ARE related is a violation of TOS.
HP's related hubs are so off topic they are ridiculous.
Oh well, lesson learned. Do not make the same mistake twice.
All links gone. I have given up the chance to redirect my traffic to my other hubs!
40,000 views a month and my hub remains unpublished. Simply because I had the audacity to try and link some of my other hubs?
Getting very discouraged. Getting very impatient!
How many of my ORGANIC links will be deleted as they will appear broken? How long before Google drops me from MY top search engine position?
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
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by L C David2 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
by Phyllis Doyle Burns19 months ago
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by Ohma6 years ago
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by Danielle Clemmons4 weeks ago
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by Sherri5 years ago
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