For a long time, adsense ads are not being displayed on my hubs thus, strangulating my earnings. I was informed a few months ago only that my hubs violate adsense terms and conditions. I have now thoroughly checked from adsense that nowhere they have disapproved my hubs and my account with them fully approves my hubpages account. Therefore, it seems that it is Hubpages admin fault not to display ads on my hubs.
Please check up and let me know why ads are not displayed on my hubs, and take remedial actions.
Have you read the TOS of Hubpages?
One thing that I noticed on your hubs is lack of Proper Image Use !
eg No Attribution .
You might like to start here :
Go to your AdSense account at Google and check for messages and/or violations. If your account has been suspended, HP cannot show ads for you.
I noticed in your hubs that you did not always use three or more photos. You did not use additional items (such as videos, polls, quizzes, maps, etc.). How many words did you use? The more text which you use makes your Hubs better.
The photos which you did use did not have sources or captions written beneath them. Since there were no sources listed, they could not be checked for legality of use. I did not look at all of your Hubs so I only saw the links to your own Hubs, but there are links which cause problems - plus you can have too many.
I suggest that you assume Hubstaff are telling you the truth. In all the many cases where people have suggested otherwise on these forums, they have found they had misunderstood the situation.
Adsense can cut off your hubs without cutting off your whole adsense account. Just as they can cut of a one blog and continue to show ads on another using the same account. Have you checked: https://www.google.com/adsense/app#policy-violations ?
Your hub score suggest Hubpages has no serious issues with your content.
In addition to checking for violations in your AdSense account, I'd also suggest that you read the "Content Guidelines" on this page: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/48182
If you believe a Hub of yours has ads turned off by mistake, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as Matt suggested.
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