I wonder what guidelines cover hubs written about this sensitive subject. I wrote about why I read Uncle Tom's Cabin. I'll be grateful for your insight. http://lesliesinclair.hubpages.com/hub/ … toms-cabin
For Hubs like this, I suggest people contact admin directly to discuss the matter. They are the ones who make those decisions and turn off he ads, and they are going to be the only folks who can explain the content rule interpretation that fouled you up.
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I have a hub about homosexuality in monarch butterflies with ads for books on Amazon about homosexuality in animals, however, ads have been disabled and in the warning why details it says: "Because this Hub was...
by exinco6 years ago
how to enabled my ads. my hub is talk about kissing and no sexual word,porn or adult content unless kissing (also no link).i don't understand where is the mistake. i hope that my hub will check by the human and not by...
by Aya Katz6 years ago
My new hub has had advertising automatically disabled. As far as I can tell, it does not violate Adsense policy. Who should I contact? Is it Maddie?
by Spencer Camus5 years ago
Initially perplexed and frustrated, I have quickly decided Hubpages have brilliant web content protection. They blocked a hub I started to write from generating advertising revenue. Why is this good? Well, as genuine as...
by Emily Tack2 years ago
I have been off and on Hub Pages all day. I just saw a message on one of my hubs that frankly floored me! Would someone please explain this message? "Please review the automatically generated warning below, and...
by David Hinerman2 years ago
One of my hubs ads were disabled! This was the same hub that someone copied word-for-word last year (I made a forum post about it). Why would my hubs ads be disabled? I never had this happen all the years I've been...
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