My hubscore ( the one under my profle not my individual article score), dropped significantly from 80-something to 50-something in a few days. What would cause this? And how would it affect my articles?
I looked through a few pages and the only issues I could see were in the "Cheap / Affordable Natural Hair Products..." page.
Two Amazon ads, one after the other will certainly be frowned on.
There is a lot of text in H3 (large green font).
The forward slash in the title should not have spaces either side.
Good luck solving your mystery.
I think you need to go through your hubs carefully. For example, there's an image on your catfish one that is clearly marked as belonging to an organization. In fact there are more than one. You have to make sure your images carry an appropriate Creative Commons license.
You can't simply help yourself to any image on the web. They are usually copyrighted and belong to someone.
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
Thanks alot for the feedback and the suggestions. I have made the changes you mentioned in the catfishing article and will be more mindful of this going forth. This is one of my older articles though and i have gotten better since then. My score was still fine for a while after that article so im not sure what happened.
Bear in mind that you could receive a demand for payment for unauthorized use of images.
https://www.wikihow.com/Prosecute-Unaut … hotographs
If it is the hair-related page that is causing the problem, I'm wondering if "cheap natural hair products" is thought of as an intrinsically spammy subject.
It is a pretty saturated topic, I reckon.
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