Oh hum... getting slightly old now isn't it? Hobbylark is told its spam spam spam! I love spam, along with eggs on toast makes a lovely meal but.......Help?
Sweet friend, Nell, I must register with you a stern protest. LOL. I am on a strict diet due to my cardiologist, but I LOVE spam too. I would, and have in the past, eat it raw.
So I can log onto this site you are talking about?
Nell, did you read my explanation on your other thread about this? It's not Pinterest that's creating this problem, it's Hubbers.
A website like Pinterest needs to have filters that block spam. They way they work is, they kick in when too many people try to post too much material from one site. Pinterest wants you to post ONLY the best images from the best websites, so it makes sense for them to limit the number of images from just one site - after all, what's the chances of one single website having hundreds of outstanding photos?
I guess Paul will have to go and speak to them again to get the filter lifted again, but that's not a long term solution. Obviously the problem is being created by Hubbers pinning too often, and therefore the solution is to educate Hubbers to use the site properly.
by Shinkicker 6 years ago
Hi FolksI tried to post a picture from one of my Hubs.It was one taken by myself and attached to my Hub but Pinterest blocked it and said it was Spam.Has anyone else experienced this problem?CheersStevie
by Brett Caulton 5 years ago
Has Pinterest blocked Hubpages!?It seems that Hubpages has been blocked. My account is live, but it seems that Hubpages pins are not allowed at the moment. Is anyone else experiencing this? I can pin from other sites with no problem.
by Nell Rose 24 months ago
A few of us have noticed that when we try to add our or other peoples hubs/new sites onto Pinterest we get the message 'This has been blocked because it could be spam'. Not sure who's fault it is, but it seems to be on a lot of our hubs etc. Thanks
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