What gives? My YouTube channel is directly related to the article in question, offering more help for people interested. This makes no sense to me at all. Can someone explain why you would constantly remove a hub because of helpful links?
If it is YOUR You Tube Channel, its addition is being unfeatured because it is considered to be overly promotional. That's a no-no here.
It is directly related, and I have had many comments requesting I do so. This makes no sense to me.
It may not make any sense to you, but those are the rules here.
Instead of a channel, link directly to a single video using the video capsule. I'm not familiar with having a youtube account, but maybe directly linking to the first video will then automatically show the other videos in your channel?
I imagine making any edit at all would have the same effect. Making any changes at all puts a hub through quality assessment, and the standards of what is acceptable have changed.
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