Had the following show up.
"Uh-oh! It looks like you have a large number of Amazon or eBay products grouped together. We recommend placing one relevant product next to the text where the product is mentioned." But had only one product advertized from Amazon.
The "style tips" are yet another annoying new HP feature. Feel free to ignore them. I do.
I have gotten those in my hubs when the hub is a couple of thousand words with TWO Amazon products shown together that directly relate to the content.
by Liz Elias4 years ago
I was editing my hub on boating terminology, and found this message at the top:"Uh-oh! It looks like you have a large number of Amazon or eBay products grouped together. We recommend placing one relevant product...
by Will Apse4 years ago
Style tips can trigger a 'too many ads' warning even if there are only singleton ads showing on a page, .The issue seems to be that only one amazon product has been added to a capsule but the capsule is configured to...
by Laura Schneider4 years ago
Are we "penalized" if we don't follow the Hub Pages style tips? Are they requirements in disguise? If so, I don't think that's fair in all cases because it "dictates" how we should be writing our...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
Well, I've been banging away at that "Make it happen!" button for the last few days. Pretty much the only thing it has been concerned with is my use of dividers. I always thought they were purdy. But HP says...
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I was dismayed to see a large number of my hubs are now no longer featured so I made a start at tweaking them. I then noticed that all of them have a Style Tips notice saying that I should delete the copyright notices I...
by Glen7 years ago
Hopefully people know what I'm talking about. Hubs that wouldn't look out of place in a magazine. A mix of entertaining, educational, informational and not straying from the point.Have you written many?
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