I have already removed and reduced 2 links but still flag.
How long has it been between removing the links and posting here?
The removal isn't automatic. It can take a few hours.
I had mine tagged for duplicate content last night and hubpages informed me that it could be up to forty-eight hours to remove the tag from the hub. I fixed it and was fine within about an hour.
I have done it more than three days already. Who can I contact in hub to request to look at my hub rather by some automatic system.
When your hub is flagged it is in fact them moderated by a human
I'm pretty sure that when hubs get flagged, you get an email that not only tells you what was wrong with the hub but also how to contact them to have the hub re-examined after you fix it.
Try checking your email, be sure you've made necessary changes, and them just be patient...when a hub is flagged, a real person has to moderate it...that means, you're hub's review is based on the level of 'busy' that person is under...
Good luck, and I'm sure it will be fine.
I do not see any contact infor on my email. My hub flag due to more than 3 links. Now I am down to 2 only. Very sad seeing the point going down
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