i just published a hub of fiction entitled (Revenge the Creation of a Monster). Before I published the hub the adsense blocks were there. Now they are gone. There is some violence in the hub but I do not think it is excessive.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Revenge-the-Cre … -A-Monster
Could you tell me if you see adsense on the hub?
If you cannot could you give me some idea why?
I now have two adsense blocks filled one under my author stats and one at the bottom?
Read your hub - a little violent, yeah but not THAT much. And no - there are no ads on your hub.
I just looked at it, and didn't see any ads.
I did not read it, but can think of two possibilities:
1. There are no ads matching your keywords.
2. It has words in it that trigger a lack of adds.
Personally, until I knew the why of it, I would mark it non-commercial and take all adds off. If Google thinks it is a violation, then your account might be at risk. (I really don't know how picky they are.)
I have edited the hub and notice that the ads are now sporadic any advice?
Hey Arthur, I had this exact same problem with one of my hubs a couple of weeks ago.
I Unpublished the Hub, just for a couple of days. I made sure to clean out all cookies, cache and registry files, every day.
If you don't have a cleaner for your system, I would highly suggest CCleaner software from Piriform.
I Re-published the hub and noticed all my ads were placed back. I am not sure what happened, I think it happened, because HubPages admin. was making changes to the site and not all Hubs conformed, in scripting.
I noticed it on other people's hubs too and had read in one thread someone was having the same problem.
Hope that was helpful.
It was helpful Thank You.
I will try it as much as I do not want to unpublish it I will try.
I know, I don't like unpublished hubs either. But, it was the only way that worked for me. I tried editing the hub. I tried resetting the parameters for the hub. I even went to Adsense, to ensure my ads were working properly, cause I thought I might had made a mistake the last time I was there.
You might even get away with taking it down, doing everything else, including re-booting your machine, clean everything out and then try re-publishing it today.
I'm not sure of what caused it, that's why I said wait a couple of days. I went the quick route first and didn't get anywhere.
So I waited. Remember, patience is a virtue. All will work out in the end. Stay positive, don't look at it as a bad thing.
Cagsil I appreciate the kind words I will follow your advice and I will see tomorrow.
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