I apologize since I don't know the term yet for somebody who reviews our hubs.
I had about seven pages with violations when I moved over so I started work editing on a number of pages. Today it looks like a number of my pages are going into review.
I have a number of pages on misdiagnosed miscarriages and they point to individual stories on my website. My website makes next to nothing from the ads so I don't do it for monetary reasons. Over the years, it has just been a great way for women to easily find information pertaining to their particular misdiagnosis. For example, I have a page on misdiagnosed ectopic pregnancy which talks about how this can be misdiagnosed and points to stories of women who have been misdiagnosed.
Over the years, I've had so many women message me or email me to thank me and that they were able to take that information to their doctors and save their babies. As a result, these pages are so important to me. They have also done really well on Google and never went through the 'google-slap' so many other pages went through.
Squidoo white-listed my misdiagnosed links so they would not hit the filter. Is there any way to do the same here? If my pages didn't make money, I'd be okay with that. I just get so much traffic to these pages now and they really do save lives.
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Perfect! Thank you. They didn't flag until today so, of course, I've been editing all of them the last couple of days and no longer have the grace period. A little panicked!
There are three ways that issues are identified
1. The program identifies specific types of issues.
2. Someone reports the hub, and the moderator unpublishes the hub and informs the Hubber.
3. An editor makes changes during the HubPro program.
The most likely source of your issues is #1. The system probably automatically saw that you had more than two links to the same domain. You should limit the links, especially since they are going to your website. If they were going to something that wasn't yours, maybe a site that is specific to a particular issue, then you could contact a moderator at firstname.lastname@example.org to get it whitelisted.
If it is #2, you can again contact a moderator, but do try to read the message and see if you can't figure out how to fix it first.
If it is #3, you can contact the editor who is making the changes.
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