I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
First negative is that you have three in-text links to Amazon for the product.
You should incorporate the Amazon module.
Just a thought from a quick review.
Thanks for the feedback.. But if the hub is to promote a product how do i do it without giving the link in the text that i have written on the product.
Secondly are we not suppose to promote products on the hub pages
I am new to this hence the question
yeah it really sux, even though they offer us to use the ebay and amazon capsules we seem to
be better off not using them and then when they call you spammy you know for sure its not due to including one of these big boy selling platforms in your page. (I believe this Quality assessment process depends on the day of the week and who you get to review it...maybe one moderator has had a fight with their partner and wants to take it out on your hubpage as its hard to really understand why one day your post will be published then out of the blue a few months down the track they don't like an amazon capsule or a ebay capsule and call your page spammy.
I had a problem last week with "Spammy content" on a hub. It only had one amazon capsule, BUT that capsule was for an item unrelated to the subject matter.
I simply changed what the item I was advertising, and the hub passed the QAP on the second time round.
It took me all of three minutes to fix.
OK. Lucky u. That's what I mean the rules keep changing with the weather. My eBay capsule of the tall black leather boots I had for sale were actually a better photo(different angle) of the top main photo (the same boots). Both perfect photography but still they say it won't be featured as its spammy. The only way to make it a level playing ground is if they remove ebay and amazon capsules from the capsule list. What do you guys think?
The simplest way is to simply not write "sales hubs"!
ok, thanks, I checked out your link. Yes, I was almost going to give up on inserting one ebay or amazon link in my page when I saw this page full on sales capsules (I reckon it's just the luck of the draw what they consider spammy and what they don't. ...quite depressing. click below
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by Marisa Wright23 months ago
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by Paula Atwell2 years ago
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by Marisa Wright2 years ago
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by Bronwyn Joy Ellio23 months ago
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by wilderness294 years ago
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by Catherine Giordano16 months ago
I opted in to Hub Pro and I just had my first edit. Nothing was changed except to remove three of my four amazon capsules and remove links to other websites that I included to provide supporting evidence for my claims....
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