Every time i try publishing an article, I get this message "This hub contains links to a prohibited site, and cannot be published. To learn more about the problem, please click the save unpublished or done editing button and review the warnings at the top of the Hub. Prohibited sites may contain: pop-ups that interfere with site navigation, eBook sales or lead capture forms, or promotions of low quality, dubious, or promotional affiliate content (including Clickbank)" and wont let me publish it. I only have two links and they are with Tinyurl.om. Can someone help?
Where do the tinyurl links go to? Many affiliate links are no longer allowed, even if redirected through a link.
One goes to my site and one goes to a referrals site.
Try using the direct links without the tinyurl.
Then I'd recommend you email the team. There have been problems before where a normal website has been mistaken for a banned affiliate.
by sunforged 7 years ago
This is getting ridiculous, well, it has always been ridiculous.What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so...
by Appletreedeals 6 years ago
Geez... I seem to recall HP advising we would get a "friendly reminder" to correct hub violations before un-publishing them... Bull!Received an email today advising a hub had been unpublished due to linking to prohibited sites. So ebay and Amazon are prohibited sites now?(and if this were...
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
As predicted in yesterday's announcement, we've rolled out some additional warnings on Hubs today. The new warnings that appear are detailed below. Enforcement of these rules is currently schedule to begin on May 14. In the interim, we will be fine tuning the filters that identify...
by dablufox 7 years ago
I would like to know why, after I have wasted my time writing a number email to hubpages arguing that a few of my hubs have been pulled and put into no man's land, one of my hubs they have allowed yet two other have not?In answer the moderator has given a range of reasons why the two hubs have been...
by Rob Winters 7 years ago
Links to prohibited sites e.g products and sales pagesIf hubpages have asked you to remove a link within your hub to a site they deem to be prohibited ,does that mean you just have to disable any hyperlinks but are allowed to still leave a URL to the site in question as long as it isn't hyperlinked?
by Nishadha Silva 6 years ago
It is in the policy guidelines. http://hubpages.com/faq/ hope that answers your question. They are updated often and I would recommend coming into the forums for updates about all that is happening on HP. Updates are located at the top of the page in the forums.
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