I have removed all outbound links and have tried to re-submit my Hubpage for publication but I am still getting the message that my hub is overly commercial. I am not selling anything, nor linking to anything. So how is that possible? My hub only contains interesting articles and photos about greenhouses.is on greenhouses.
You actually need to hit the "submit for publication" button on the hub itself for it to come into my queue to be reviewed and republished. My guess is you're only hitting "save" and therefore the hub's never getting to me.
by sunforged 7 years ago
This is getting ridiculous, well, it has always been ridiculous.What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so...
by Ponx 6 years ago
Hi all,I got a message that one of my hubs contained promotional links when in fact it did not contain any! And it would not let me re-submit the hub for publication until I deleted the entire links capsule! This is absurd. The links I had were in no way promotional, they were to legitimate sites...
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
To everyone who is using the Disavowal Link Tool on Google and/or has had a loss of traffic, be sure to remove any articles you have on EzineArticles and any other article sites you may have used to post links to your HP subdomain or Hubs. These links are considered spam links by Google and...
by lee 15 months ago
I have not used hubpages for around a year and have recently started to get back into it, I must admit that in the beginning I was a little Naive and posted images into my hubs willy nilly without thought of where they came from. I have recently recieved an email from a photo place saying that I...
by Keith Abt 6 years ago
Yesterday I noticed that one of my older Hubs had the dreaded "red skull" warning attached to it in the "My Account" screen. This means there are potentially dangerous (malware/phishing) links in the Hub, which was news to me. I have now edited the heck out of this hub. First I...
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
HubPages recently started removing comments they consider of poor quality in an attempt to make Google happy. Many of the removals make sense, but there are other cases I disagree with. Are we allowed to approve comments they've unpublished?For instance, comments with URLs in them seem to...
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