I write mainly about the love of my life, my Master and God, Sri Sathya Sai Baba. I received a mail saying that my hub was over-promotional! Was I shocked! Adding to the shock was the fact that they mentioned - this has been checked by a human.
Since the content of this article is so large, I split it into two parts and provided a link at end of part 1 for part 2. Both articles are on HubPages. Is this considered promotional???
Other than that, there is only one link to an interview which is present on another site. I would like to know which part of the content has caused violations because I am unable to understand. I have removed the link to part 2 and resubmitted because it seems to be pretty much in compliance. I read through the detailed list of guidelines once again and nothing seems to be violated.
Please help me with a reply and guidance.
If you need further info, the best people to contact are the moderators. Hubs can be determined to be overly-promotional for reasons other than linking, and only the moderators will be able to tell you exactly what they found amiss with your Hub.
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