I am trying to clean up my unpublished Hubs as quickly as I can and revise and edit but hunting for the "overly promotional" I have found that I have 2 photos to the same site and then a link to the site.
When I went to delete the link the capsule came back with an error message twice.
Is there an easier way to trace why each Hub is overly promotional?
You can use SEO quake in Firefox to show a list of all links on a page.
by Paula Atwell2 years ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by Conflagrant7 years ago
Hi,Let me just say first of all I love hubpages and have enjoyed my time here. This isn't a moan, I just need a clarification.I recently had a hub unpublished as it was "overly promotional" as I had...
by Mary Craig5 years ago
Wouldn't it be nice if some explanation about the hub came with the above mentioned notices. All you get is the general notice that you hub is overly promotional or substandard and it needs to be fixed. If...
by Liz Elias2 years ago
Wouldn't a hubber who seems to write exclusively on product reviews, which they openly state they got for free or at a reduced price simply for the purpose of writing review, be considered as "overly...
by Kate Swanson6 years ago
We all know you can't have more than 2 links to the same domain in a single Hub. However, there used to be another rule - that if you linked to the same domain over several Hubs, that was also overly...
by Emily4 years ago
I recently got a violation on one of my hubs saying it was overly promotional. I checked the rules for this and I can say that my hub doesn't have any more links than the rest of my hubs and I didn't overly use...
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