I knew it was coming I got a hub "approved" but they dropped the ads!!! Why don't they just say we don't find it offensive but you're not going to make any money on it. While hub-hopping I have seen hubs that look like they were written by a 3rd grader which I might add have made the hub-cut with accompanying ads. The hub is "Is the uterus a voting booth?" It isn't about anything pornographic-it's decently written and the only phrase I used that may be questionable is "metaphorical genitalia.! Dear God I've rolled with all the hub changes even the new site devoted to tattooing hey I like ink but a whole sub-category??? Furthermore when I see featured hubs with titles such as "Do animals see Ghosts?" It make me livid! I have seen numerous hubs with poetry and such which I thought were beautifully written also political and societal hubs never get any "play!" No sub-category in the near future either for either one. Why? Could it possibly be all about money? Oops I used the word uterus maybe I should have used "c*nt" If it was only going to be censored anyway.
You can have a human moderator manually review it by emailing HP and if the automatic ad removal was in error they will manually reinstate the ads.
It's done by a filter. They shut off the ads on one of my hubs that's literally in a textbook for children. They turned them back on about a week after I complained about it. You just have to contact them for a human review.
thanks- I used the advice given above and did get a quick response from Hub-staff-
Your Hub includes information about rape and abortion - content considered too sensitive for advertisers. We want Hubs that are well-written and important to remain published, even if they cover topics that are too sensitive to be advertiser-friendly. Your Hub will remain published, your HubScore will not be impacted, and you may use Amazon capsules. Let us know if you have any questions.
Being able to still use the amazon capsules is a plus but I still can't understand how they (google) will have links /with ads for porn sites and hate sites etc.. but we get a spankin' here at hub. I am satisfied that hub staff addressed it quickly for me and the hub still will remain approved. If anyone is interested in the content and would like to comment visit my site and let me know what U think.
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