I got a needs revision on my hub. how do I fix it.
It says that it's overly promotional. What does that mean and how do I fix it.
http://jamescox.hubpages.com/hub/legal- … indshields
Don't put more than one link to a site in a hub. That includes subdomains within a site as well. Even if the link is hidden in a photo, HubPages will count it.
I only have one link in my profile. I deleted all the other links and it still came back the same way. I read that in the faq's and it didn't work.
How much content (word count) did you have in the article? That may be a sticking point. I don't know what the minimum is off the top of my head, but I believe it is around 100 or so. Normal articles are from 400 or more.
I thought it was very informative and and well written and I checked spelling and grammar don't understand why its not published.
Maybe you could send me a copy of it via email to email@example.com. I can't access it via the link. Copy it and paste it into Microsoft Word.
Hi randy, I sent you an email with the hub. Let me know if you didn't get it. I sent it from my phone and I have a mac and don't have word. Let me know if it doesn't work and Ill resend it.
Thanks for the help!
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