My all hubs were decently doing good (they are NOT promotional) since days and all of a sudden, I see all are delisted from hubpages and the instruction I see says -overly promoted...
They are not overly promoted, it's 95% sharing the knowledge and 5% using the links. Why don't editors understand this?
You can email the team for clarification as to why. It might help you to check the Learning Center and T.O.S. to see what you need to change.
I have not had this problem so cannot advise you from my own experience. I have seen in the forum posts in the past that this can happen if you have too many links on a page or too many to one place. Another thing you can check is that you do need fifty words for each Amazon product on a page.
The learning center and the FAQs - is a good place to start looking for reasons, the link is under your account/profile link drop down.
Thank you 2uesday but... I don't have Amazon, links or anything that violates the rules. I'm experienced content writers with more than 60 hubs written for my clients before!
All your hubs point to the same link... hence over-promotional.
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by Mary Craig 6 years ago
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by BenjaminB 7 years ago
I find it hilarious that Hubpages pushes the concept of helping new Hubbers yet my Hub which has had very good reception by the community has been flagged for being both overly promotional and substandard.I had 5 social bookmarking links,and 2 other links to free tools absolutely related to the...
by plaw 10 years ago
Hi All:All my hubs have been flagged as overly promotional even those pages that have no links in them .Two of my 30 hubs are about Chinese New Year and how to make a fruit cake without any links whatsoever. I am wondering if a mistake was made with my hubs or I am I missing something. Most of the...
by Don Wilson 4 years ago
A lens of mine that was transferred to HubPages was identified as having too many affiliate links. I cleared out all the links except one affiliate link and one link to Wikipedia. The only other links on the page are all the ads that HubPages loads up the header, footer, and sidebar...
by Sanjay Sharma 5 years ago
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by Perry Fender 7 years ago
I'm pretty new to HubPages (joined 6 weeks ago but got "busy" about 2 weeks ago posting Hubs) -- I got spanked last week and had a hub taken down temporarily for citing direct links to the particular information relating to multiple parties (all of which linked to SEC.gov, but different...
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