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What happens when we actually are interested in the things advertised on our own hubs?


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Thomas Swan says

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    Sparkster Hubs (sparkster) 3 years ago

    I have to agree, Hubpages seems to be becoming tighter and tighter each month. Whilst I agree that spamming and scamming should be eliminated, it does seem like their efforts are verging on censorship at times.


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Sid Kemp (SidKemp) says

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    Glenn Stok 3 years ago

    If you take just the domain of the URL and not any AdSense codes that follow it, you are safe.


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John Coviello (Rock_nj) says

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Glenn Stok says

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    Poon Poi Ming (WalterPoon) 3 years ago

    Glenn Stok is right.... NEVER, NEVER, NEVER click on your own ads or you will get banned by AdSense. (Actually, AdSense won't penalize you for accidental clicks but if it is too often, you may well be banned for life. So why take the risk?)

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Stephanie Payne Denne (Neinahpets) says

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