I had an RSS feed on an article that was unpublished because of that feed. It was the very feed offered right here on HP and only had a list of my latest articles on it. Yes, they were unrelated to what I had written in the article, but that was what the feed pulled. Above it was the heading: More articles by Nell79....
The article has been out for a week now, so rather than argue about it, I took the feed off. But when did this become taboo?
I think you will find the answer somewhere in this official post:
by Lily Rose6 years ago
I thought I read the new rules about word count and Amazon links, etc. and I put in the time to fix every single hub that was on the list that HP emailed me. Apparently some hubs didn't make the list and now I'm...
by Cagsil6 years ago
Hey Staff,Please get your moderation team on the same page. I am beginning to get PISSED OFF at their incompetence.Last time I checked, RSS Feeds are allowed to be ON hubs and must be relevant to the HUB.I am getting...
by Sherri6 years ago
I really can't point any of you to the many discussions there were about whether RSS feeds that display our own Hubs in a specific Hub of ours are a violation of the HP rules or not.I read info that the...
by Peter Dickinson6 years ago
I recently had a hub unpublished by HubPages because “Unrelated links or products”. First time I have come across one of these. I read and re-read my hub several times. Every single one of the links was related to...
by Mike Russo6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Marisa Wright6 years ago
There has been a discussion thread about this, but I just wanted to alert other Hubbers to it.You will receive a warning email about some rule violations - but for some, your Hub will show a warning on the Hub itself,...
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