I am unable to get the spammy elements of hub assessment policy. I couldn't find anything spammy in my article to get un published again and again.
I'm going through the same problem. I've been editing an article more than eight times. And still it says that it contains "Spammy elements" .
@ Zumina I think hub pages need to be specific with this spammy elements issue because I have checked my article more than 10 times and my text doesn't contain any spammy element now. They need to address and highlight those elements in the submitted texts I like to suggest instead of only emailing people general submission guidelines. Ofcourse people do read and follow those guidelines already to which they keep on mentioning. It has been my third article to have gone through this spammy issue and I would like to talk any moderator now to pin point my spammy elements in the article!
by William F Torpey 22 months ago
Re: My Hub https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Hou … -It-for-MeThis hub has been featured for a rather long time. It recently has been marked as Not Featured with a comment that it may have spammy elements. I do not put spammy elements on my Hubs. The notice makes reference to ads. I...
by Nikki Khan 18 months ago
What are spammy elements?I am getting mag on my article again and again,not publishing thats there are spammy elements.Please explain what those are?
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