Is there a list of words that google will not accept in adsense content? Is there anyway I could have google check an article and tell me what it finds wrong with content?
check google help-center, they've mentioned content with porn/tobaco/gambling etc, big list in their help center Q &A page.
I can see ads on rev the creation of a monster. One is 'Choice Hotels Promotion' the other is 'Online Virtual Games.'
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