Does anyone know why the editors won't allow us to place ads on our articles anymore?
Something about a 'promotional ads' being too much but only on my Spinach Artichoke recipe. Once I deleted them it was available for republication.
I wish somebody answers that. I was under the impression that you could provide a limited number of links in your hubs. In my hub, I had to delete every single one of them before it would get published. The whole hub without those links has only 30% value. They were references and look up sites pertinent to the article. Yet hubPages spams our hub with a boat-load (I counted: 7) of their own ads.
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by Wayne Brown7 years ago
Okay...I give up, with the new format changes in place, does anyone know where they hid "Fan...Mail"? I keep getting notices that I have some but its not in it usual place.
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