I'm so sorry to bring this up again as there's a lot of information already on the forum - I've read them all. I still don't quite "get it" when it comes to promotional links.
My hub was flagged for a violation of promotional links. I know a hub can only have 2 promotional links to ONE site but how many promotional links total may a hub have? I can't find that answer! For example, can you have 8 links (2 links to 4 different sites each) or is 8 too many?
Here's the hub in question:
http://gottaloveit.hubpages.com/hub/Sen … iene-Items
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You have at least three links to gertiesgalavants.com (I think I got that right). Links in photo capsules count.
To answer your question, though, the only limit is 2 per site (unlimited total), given that all your hubs don't go to the same site. If every hub points to the same site it will be overly promotional.
I noticed 3 different links to one article on your offsite blog. 2 of your Photo links Plus the article link following your hub point to the same site page.
BTW, I think your hubs are very helpful and well written. It's great to see these kind of articles on HP, and your mother looks amazing. She's fortunate to have a daughter like yourself!
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