I posted this article sometime back, but it was unpublished. I was asked to improve the article, but the comment also mentions that it has some spammy elements. Can someone through some light, please?
Here is the article:
by Pat Davis 20 months ago
Needs ImprovementThis article is unpublished because it did not receive high enough ratings to meet HubPages' quality standards or because it contains spammy elements. It will remain unpublished until it is edited, published again, and rated high enough to be Featured. To see our rating criteria,...
by Marina 6 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Please be sure to read today's blog post about spam and product capsules. In the post, I invite you all to ask questions in this forum thread. Paul E., Robin, and myself will be monitoring the thread over the next couple of days. Ask away!
by Dale J Ovenstone 4 years ago
Can you define exactly what 'spammy elements' mean when publishing an article hub?How to get articles features whilst adding Amazon links for products etc. What exactly are spammy emelment? Thanks
by blessedmomto7 6 years ago
This was a hub I originally wrote for Squidoo. Since moving to hubpages, I got an email saying it was "spammy."("It's possible that your Hub is not Featured because it contains spammy elements. Perhaps it was written for a link, or has excessive products capsules or product...
by Erin Day 20 months ago
The latest article I submitted didn't pass QAP because it contained "spammy elements." I'm really struggling with what that is because the only links in my articles are the sources I used. Do they want me to not cite my sources? I'm just so confused and it's really discouraging that the...
by Shannon 7 years ago
Ever since the squidoo grace period ended, all my pages I have updated have become unpublished because they have been deemed overly promotional. I have no idea why! The page I worked on updated yesterday (Florida for Teachers and Travelers) has 1912 words, 4 amazon modules, 1 poll, 1 map, 15...
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