I have a published hub that has been there for over 1 1/2 years that has links to cool webcams around the world. Now they say it has too many promotional links. Many of the links are to earthcams website, where the individual cams are listed. There is no way to fix it without ruining the hub. What can I do?
If it's not going to comply with the new rules set out by HubPages you can publish it elsewhere. Perhaps just a page with all those links and one link from the hub (with the rest of the information remaining) to the new page.
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