i had a warning on a hub I was working on for chicken breasts . I got a warning that all advertising was going to be eliminated. I eliminated the word breast and the warning went away. I have done several chicken breast recipes without problems.
I was going to say, "try chicken boobs", but that would be wrong.
On a matter such as this, I believe that HubPages can "allow" exceptions that the filter would block. I would email them about the problem at email@example.com.
I would think that for commonly used compound terms, it should not be beyond the programming skills of the creators of HP's "naughty words" algorithm to make exclusionsfor example, flag "breast/s" but do not flag if the word is preceded by "chicken" or "turkey" or followed by "of chicken", "of turkey".It would relieve staff of having to read through hundreds of messages pleading for the advertising ban to be lifted when such terms are used.
I certainly agree and there are several hubs including older ones of mine that have chicken breasts in the title and throughout..Thanks for a great answer.
I apologize re: other post.
I thought it was kinda cute.
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