First, I was getting adult warnings and overly promotional warnings. Then I got rid of the links and still got an overly promotional warning. I emailed support and was told to make sure that unhyperlinked urls were not mentioned more than twice, so I went through the article and remove the extra mentions. So now there are no hyperlinks at all and two unhyperlinked mentions of the website I reviewed, but I am getting the overly promotional warning and a deceptive hub. I dont know what to do!
Its Nibiru Planet X interfering with Hub Pages and honest folks trying to make some extra money . . . seriously though just get rid of any extra links and stick to one per topic.
My HubScore is varying more than usual. I don't know about the interlinking thing- Isn't that something they encourage us to do?
I'm just frustrated at this point. I wish the moderators would highlight the problems that they are seeing instead of just giving us these general warnings. I thought it was a good hub, and I put a lot of time into editing it and I want to know what exactly I should fix before I start over from scratch, lol.
Does it mean we should do more hubpages internal links?
Does Hubpages allow outgoing links?
by blrmanagement 6 years ago
Hi! I am new to Hubpages and I am trying to post my first article but I have been flag as Overly Promotional. I already change the 'Links' so it looks as natural as possible but it did not pass the test. So I am hoping if anyone of you Expert here could lend me some hand.I have got 3 external link...
by Patty Florence 3 weeks ago
I just finished writing a hub on "The fear of public speaking".It was part of a paper I did back in school, but wasn't used as a paper for grading. I found a warning on my hub that says my hub is overly promotional because it has 3 or more links to a single domain? I included the...
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 Theo 4 years ago
I'm currently working on a research hub on price discrepancies on shopping sites. Now you can imagine what the problem is. I have to post links. I'm afraid that Hubpages is going to categorize my hub as being too promotional and won't approve it because of the amount of links I'm going to be...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
We all know you can't have more than 2 links to the same domain in a single Hub. However, there used to be another rule - that if you linked to the same domain over several Hubs, that was also overly promotional.I think we need to know if that still applies, because some of us are...
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