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I got an article flagged because of supposedly having more than three links to the same site promoting a product saying it could not be published. They were actually links to three different dog friendly beaches (free) but I got rid of two of them and just said the reader can look them up. (Not a good technique in my book). Tried to republish same message. Got rid of third post. Same message. Took out two other links that had nothing to do with those or each other and made two general links that don't give the info I'd like them to. Same message. Any ideas how to get around this considering there wasn't actually a problem in the first place and now the links that I'd hoped were useful not promotional (none of them were to buy anything they were strictly informational and all free of charge) to get the article through? Can I get a re-review by someone? I'm ready to take out every single link and as the article has already been significantly weakened by losing the links I've already deleted I think that would be the kiss of death. Thanks
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I had my last hub unfeatured as I mentioned a link to credit the photographs. They said it was spammy. I thought linking to credit photographs was allowed. Or it isn't? Then, I removed the link and it got featured.
by 6 String Veteran7 years ago
My Hub: Sitting or Standing, The Best Way to Play Your Guitar <snipped link> has been blocked due having too many 'affiliate links'. Yes, the Hub has many links--due in part to having many images--but these are in...
by Paul Deeds7 years ago
As predicted in yesterday's announcement, we've rolled out some additional warnings on Hubs today. The new warnings that appear are detailed below. Enforcement of these rules is currently schedule to begin...
by DallasColdLaserDR6 years ago
I noticed that when I checked my backlinks all of the ones from hubpages were 'nofollow' links. Should this be the case? (I've written several articles and I'd hate not to be getting the most out of them.) Or do I need...
by Ellen Brundige3 years ago
I've got the "Overly Promotional" red skull of doom on my top trafficked hub.Naturally it was the first one I edited. The affiliate links and "overly promotional" warnings at the top of the hub went...
by Tom Ware7 years ago
Hi, I've just placed a short story I wrote many years ago on Hubpages. It's called "The Runaway Auster," and tells of a real life incident which occurred back in 1955. The same story,...
by Jemuel4 years ago
Hello fellow hubbers! I just want to know if I violated the rules in HP regarding over promotional on hubs. I usually have images from freedigitalphotos.net cause aside from the fact that they offer free photos, I...
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