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Yesterday I wrote this Hub about Phone Apps and summited it to get published. Today I see that it has not got published and the reason they provided me is it contains Spammy Links. But those all links are to Windows Store to so that my readers can directly click on them to download the apps. I have summited that article again without removing those links but I'm sure it is going to be rejected again. Who checks all these articles? Is it a human or a computer? What should I do now?
It will be rejected. Excessive links are considered to be spam. Your article must be able to stand alone without relying on links. Try removing all except one to the Windows store. You can't have more than two links to the same domain in any case.
Thank you so much for helping me again and explaining in that detail. I really appreciate your time. You are guiding me so much and I really need that as I'm a new member here. Just a quick follow up question that I want to ask to you as you have much experience here. Do unfeatured, but published hubs are searchable through Google and thus make money?
Were the links to the Windows Store your affiliate links? If so, this could also be a problem.
Your article is checked by a computer and by a human (especially if you want it to go to a niche site).
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