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That's hilarious, I've never seen anyone keyword stuff a forum post before. Someone is going to snip that link right?
It is HubPages that set the rules, usually for the good of all - themselves and the writers who publish hubs here. If we want to publish here we have to stick to there guidelines and rules. You can still run your blog they just do not want links from their site to your blog. I cannot see how they will change their mind on that, as the topic is a 'over populated' subject it is probably a negative thing to have links to it.
by sunforged6 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...
by Appletreedeals6 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 Bull!Received an email today advising a hub had been unpublished due to linking to...
by Rob Winters7 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...
by Kelly Kline Burnett5 years ago
Links to Prohibited SitesCan you please explain how the system works with the "links to prohibited sites"? I have had several and I don't understand the reasoning or how the program is configured.I just...
by And Drewson7 years ago
We need an indication of what link is causing this error.Either that, or a list of sites that are prohibited. Expecting us to go through every link HOPING that we find the offending link is a waste of our time.This kind...
by DDawg7 years ago
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 To learn more about the problem, please click the save unpublished or done editing...
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