How To Find Spammy elements in My Hub.
I Made Hub with One of Best singer in Hollywood, Wrote details about her, put 10+ of her pics, Put 4 Of her endorsement Products, wrote 300 words Details for it. Added one Poll. After getting all the Tick mark in scale I Published it.
After I have seen I need Improvement
3 of 4 products- Still need Improvement
Deleted Pics captions that I wrote for more traffic. Still need Improvement
Deleted All of links(just unlinked) Still needs improvement
Can I ask Hubpages Moderator Where is mistakes.???
In general, 300 words is not even long enough to support one product link, let alone four. An article that short is always going to need improvement. Get it up to 750 words at least.
Also, based on the poor quality of your writing here, you're probably also getting dinged on the fact that it's not readable, and appears to be something posted simply to get product links onto the site.
Spammy elements always means there is a problem with your links, either to Amazon products or other websites.
Hey please Don't Judge My article By My question Grammer..
Now Im Deleting This product. So hope i don't get This message again..
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