I post an innocuous hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Octopus_Tree_Eats_Car
and all kinds of "nipple slips" etc. are attached. This is extremely annoying.
What does a music video of Woody Guthrie have to do with sexy Beyonce pics?
what does miles davis & john coltrane video have to do with sexy Penelope Cruz pics and videos?
Don't get me wrong, I love beautiful women as much as the next guy. But I don't want to send people, for example, my students to look at my hubs if these are the "related hubs" because it appears that I have associated my work with soft-porn & titillation.
what do Christo's gates have to do with Jessica Simpson Sexy pics & hair styles?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Central_Park_Ch … tion_Gates
I would suggest you find a way to allow people to filter this kind of content out of their related hubs. Or at least give people the choice of not allowing "related hubs".
What does Blind Willie McTell have to do with Heidi Klum's hot pics?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Music_Blind_Wil … _Bob_Dylan
thanks for the suggestion. What I would prefer is if we had the ability to deny any particular related hub just like we can change a tag by clicking the X box.
Thanks for the feedback. As more closely related content is published, it tends to replace Hubs in the related Hubs list. The best way to control this list is to make high quality Hubs on a similar subject and they will begin to show up as related.
The intent of the affiliate program is to reward people for telling others about HubPages.
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