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Would it be possible for editors to highlight what they consider to be "spammy violations" on our pages -- at least when a page is not flagrantly spammy? It is quite difficult to produce a hub worthy of featuring when the requirements are never clearly outlined. I have posted numerous times to the forums asking for advice, and most hubbers appear to be as confused as I am about the requirements for a featured hub.
On almost all of my pages I have:
-met and exceeded all of the page goals (words, images, additional capsules)
-included only what I consider to be completely relevant and necessary amazon modules and links
-have enough word counts to cover the number of amazon modules
-don't have more than 2 amazon modules grouped together without having them separated by text modules
What am I doing that is wrong? I have spent hundreds of hours (and I am not exaggerating) stabbing in the dark in an attempt to determine what exactly is causing my pages to become unfeatured, and rarely have I been successful in locating the violation(s).
It would be of great benefit to hubpage authors if the editors could highlight the infractions so that we could spend fewer hours and days trying to locate the "spammy elements."
Thank you for taking the time to consider this issue!
by Andria8 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
by JT Walters6 years ago
Hi everyone! Happy Holidays!!I have been attempting to back link and i have been unable to download firefox. Any suggestions?Thanks JT
by nikki18 years ago
HI frienz,should be stopped. I for one am insulted. Opinions are one thing however, contaminating a thread or getting off topic is disgraceful. I for do not appreciate it.. my "Who believes in God" thread is...
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Every day here is a brand new learning experience. I have learned to write better, find key terms, refine my articles for profit, create RSS feeds, ping my RSS feeds etc... and yet I still feel jumbled. I...
by James Paterson9 years ago
do your stuff Maddie.....jimmyps Maddie did you get that silly email?
by Compu-Smart10 years ago
Im sure many questions relating to spammers have been raised before, but i will explain and ask anyway...I have recently had many of my hubs spammed by blatant spammers and i always delete these comments...I then...
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