I posted a new article and share it on Google Plus, then after a while I received an email from them saying "that they determined that my post maybe in violation of their User Content and Conduct Policy". I had been posting all my posts but this is the first time I received such warning.
Anybody experiencing this?

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paulgoodwin Premium
Hi I never had this but you have to check your content and just reply and ask them what do they mean - no big deal they will tell you OK
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NRosales Premium
Thanks for the idea and will do so.
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paulgoodwin Premium
Yes they will help
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WilliamBH Premium
Great info here!
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NRosales Premium
Really a lesson to learn from.
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scottymj2011 Premium
Ya as mentioned below, Google doesn't like sharing of direct affiliate links and a lot of affiliate programs consider it a violation to not mentioned that the indicated link is an affiliate link. So they may have seen it as spam.
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NRosales Premium
Thanks for the clarity and I removed them in all the posts. It stresses me out.
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Ultimateless Premium
What links did you put in your post?
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NRosales Premium
Its an affiliate link of Amazon.
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Ultimateless Premium
That is why...you should just link to your website where you should have your Amazon link and if it hasn't been deleted, delete your post/comment on google +
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NRosales Premium
Thanks my dear friend, I am looking for the post but I cannot find it anymore, it looks like it is not posted and going to Google +, the warning is always coming in, thats why I am a little bit stressed about it. Do you think it will affect my rankings in Google?
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Ultimateless Premium
Not it won't affect your rankings it is just a warning this time!

Have you gone through all your posts on your page? They might have removed it...so I wouldn't get stressed...next time you'll know better...google does realise there are a lot of newbie's out there....
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NRosales Premium
Thanks again, it makes me feel strong, and I will not share again in Google plus, it makes me nervous.
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Ultimateless Premium
Never use an affiliate link anywhere except on your own website...
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NRosales Premium
Thanks for the advise, it is a relief. OMG.
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BeauAndNik Premium
It may be flagged because of an affiliate link?
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NRosales Premium
Hi BeauAndNik,
Thats the only thing I could think of because I put a call to action on images. My post is all about electronic products that can be bought in Amazon.
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BeauAndNik Premium
Google can be a little iffy about affiliate links
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NRosales Premium
Thanks BeauAndNik,
Is there some other ways to make the visitor on my site to convert other than putting a call to action on images which is very simple, it is only, "GET YOURS NOW". Is it a kind of violation in their part?
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BeauAndNik Premium
Its hard to say whether that CTA was the violation. If it was in the title, perhaps remove it and try again. Perhaps even try shortening the link and write an intro paragraph explaining the article with and drop the link. Testing will soon find out :)
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NRosales Premium
Thanks again, but I don't want to go back to G+ as the warning is always coming in, it really stresses me.
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