Could you inform me of what I must do to conform with hub requirements, so i may publish Passion?
Please review the warning below before you publish this hub.
WARNING: This hub is in danger of being flagged as Overly Promotional, for use of affiliate links. [learn more]
<snipped hub text>
Have you clicked the "learn more" link by the warning, for further explanation?
That warning appears when you have more than 2 affiliate links pointing to or redirecting through the same domain. For example, more than 2 clickbank links would trigger that warning, even if they actually land on different pages or offers.
(In future, if you have a question about a specific hub, feel free shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the hub in question. That's more practical than posting the entire hub here, especially since we can't see what links you have on it just through the text alone.)
I did not intentionally include any links.
Thank you. I was not aware of creating any links. I asked all these hubbers if: -
(1) They could give me 300 or 400 words on their feeling of passion?
2. If I could cut and paste some of their feeling from a hub?
65 out of 66 said yes.
Could you give me away around the question of getting Hub approval please?
I was not trying to place affiliate links.
Some one did suggest I only include two of these 65 hubs.
Is that the only way to go
Again thank you for very fast response.
Sorry Frank, didn't see this thread again until just now.
The problem in this case is the Amazon links you've got hooked up to each "On page xxx"
You can get rid of these by going to that text capsule, highlighting that text, and clicking the breaking chain icon.
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