I just opened one of my hubs, of 1035 words, to be given the style advice of
"Uh-oh! It looks like you have a large number of Amazon or eBay products grouped together. We recommend placing one relevant product next to the text where the product is mentioned."
The hub has ONE Amazon product. It would, therefore, appear lunacy to be receiving this advice.
http://earner.hubpages.com/hub/tax-law- … -marketing
Should have read the forum better as this one had the answer: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/115459
I'd got the module set (from a long time ago) to having the ability to show up to 4 ads, but then chose tight keywords to produce only 1 result.
Changed the 4 to a 1.
I get the same message all the time...I just ignore it. Ever since I've been writing here, whenever I've done a piece about a band/musician, I've always ended the Hub with a list of their discography, and next to that I place an Amazon box containing a half dozen or so of their releases. If that violates some random, imaginary "style rule" that they just made up, I really don't care. It's how I do it.
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