I posted a hub on the google adwords and keywords tool and hubpages said that my site was overly promoting another website how do i avoid this. The content I used was mines on another site.
You've probably included a lot of links to a specific website. HubPages doesn't like this because it basically means more people go from their site to another, without looking at other pages. You can fix this by simply removing some links. Hope this helped
You said " The content I used was mines on another site"
You need to re-write the article and add only 1 or 2 links to the site you're trying to link to.
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