How come this hub "http://alanawoods.hubpages.com/hub/Successful-Businesses-Run-on-Smart-Online-Marketing" is approved by Hubpages and that too when it contains 5 links to single website, and when I am linking keyword to my website from my hubs it strictly says prohibited sites and I am not allowed to link. Why hubpages is biased?
Hubs are limited to 2 links per domain for sites that do not have other violations (non-prohibited sites).
From the Learning Center entry for overly promotional:
"Your Hub can have a MAXIMUM of 2 links to any one domain. Links in the image source field in the Photo Capsule count toward this limit."
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … romotional
You should simply press the report button on the hub and advise your feelings on it in your report.. if you feel it is violating TOS... some get through... it's not a matter of someone getting more pie!
It's also not about anyone educating you... that's what you need to do yourself... what I've suggested, may help you do so..
by sunforged 7 years ago
This is getting ridiculous, well, it has always been ridiculous.What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so...
by Appletreedeals 6 years ago
Geez... I seem to recall HP advising we would get a "friendly reminder" to correct hub violations before un-publishing them... Bull!Received an email today advising a hub had been unpublished due to linking to prohibited sites. So ebay and Amazon are prohibited sites now?(and if this were...
by DDawg 7 years ago
Every time i try publishing an article, I get this message "This hub contains links to a prohibited site, and cannot be published. To learn more about the problem, please click the save unpublished or done editing button and review the warnings at the top of the Hub. Prohibited sites may...
by Rob Winters 7 years ago
Links to prohibited sites e.g products and sales pagesIf hubpages have asked you to remove a link within your hub to a site they deem to be prohibited ,does that mean you just have to disable any hyperlinks but are allowed to still leave a URL to the site in question as long as it isn't hyperlinked?
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
As predicted in yesterday's announcement, we've rolled out some additional warnings on Hubs today. The new warnings that appear are detailed below. Enforcement of these rules is currently schedule to begin on May 14. In the interim, we will be fine tuning the filters that identify...
by Alison Graham 19 months ago
I received an email from HubPages about a recently published Hub, suggesting some changes that might mean it could be moved to Healdove.One of the suggestions was as follows:"Can you add some sources to support your information? You can create a "sources" section at the end of your...
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