Hub is getting deactivated do to "promoting one website"?
One of my Hubs is geting deactivated do to message coming up that it is promoting one website. I started out with 5 links all going to different cooking websites. Martha Stewart, Epicurious, Cookign Network, Wikipedia. I am not Martha Stewart, I certainly do not own Epicurious, I wish I owned Cooking Network and Wikipidia amazing encyclopedia but no thank you. I have ZERO links to anything other then relevant known websites.
I deleted all but two links and now hub is not even getting published. Any suggestions?
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