I have a few lenses that came through with ads disabled. I'm pretty sure hubpages filter doesn't not care for the word "slutty" (and I use it often). Is there a way to have someone look at a lens and approve it? The lenses are not inappropriate, nor do they violate anything google wouldn't like, I don't think. In fact, one is about a toy (and not a sex toy!).
Can we reconsider the word "slutty"?
I actually find that loaded words like that bring traffic in.
Thank you for the link.
I guess I was opening it up for discussion.
Does just a word trigger this automated filter? Should it?
Are there other words that don't seem that bad that we know it doesn't like?
Is the word slutty vulgar humor?
There are 265 Hubs on the site which use the word "slutty":
One of those was written by a former HP staff member.
Email the team and find out what specifically is the issue with your Hub.
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