The ads have been disabled on one of my hubs. It's about teen suicide. WHY?? If you read it, you'd see that it certainly doesn't glorify suicide - quite the opposite! I'm really confused!
Welcome to the 1%
Let HP know and they'll moderate it.
I lost ads on my male impotence hub.
I didn't go on a penis frenzy with it...
They moderated it and now the ads are back.
It's a little frustrating but completely understandable.
No complaints from me about how quickly HP is taking care of the mistakes.
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