Take you hubs and run! This place is a scam. I'd suggest you all go back and read the fine print.
"...reserve the right to discontinue service for any reason..."
For example: if you are getting a lot of traffic but no one is clicking our ads we will call it "irregular traffic", come up with vague accusations, and discontinue your earning options before you can reach the $50/mth threshold in which we'd ave to pay you.
by Peg Cole2 years ago
Today I received another RED copyright notice on an old hub, "The First Signs of Urticaria" and I followed the link to the alleged site in violation. What I found was an Advertisement (very lengthy) selling a...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
I'd only recently found out about the summary feature on hubs a few weeks or months back. I have added summaries to a number of hubs and it seems to help their hubscore immediately and SERPs after about two weeks or...
by Peg Cole3 years ago
Is there a way to get rid of unwanted traffic sites that attach a link to our hubs without our knowledge? I try to individually monitor my hubs for suspicious traffic and have written two letters to the offender who has...
by Janetta7 years ago
When reading a book, do you prefer for your characters to be overly described down to the last detail--hair color, eye color, height, looks, etc.--or do you perfer the description to be more vague?
by ziyena2 years ago
My Google AdSense is in violation due to the fact that I canceled my adsense account by mistake. I got confused when trying to restore the account and somehow in the process made another account. I'm very...
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
What is the violation?
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