How to I remove recommended hubs?
recommended hub at bottom of my recent hub is about shaving your butt - I want that recommendation removed. I find it offensive. It show the back -end of the statue David.
Unfortunately, you can't remove it.
The recommended hubs seldom match the hub topic and can't be removed by hubbers. You could contact the HubPages team, but it seems unlikely they'd change anything.
Be thankful they aren't promoting the hub about shaving men's genitals on yours. That one kept showing up on my hubs a while back.
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