Not sure if it is the right forum to ask this question.
Are hubs filtered for specific words or category?
If I write a hub on suicide prevention and categorize it in "Health → Mental Health → Social Work" rather than categorizing in "Health → Loss of life → Suicide" do I stand a better chance not to get ads disabled?
I am working on prostitution, drug abuse and many other sensitive issues which are more likely to be automatically filtered. Just wondering if the category can play a trick to avoid the filtration.
You can't change the outcome by changing the category. The filter works on the actual words in the hubs.
Got stung a few times with this and often all I had to do was change the title of the hub to reflect a more appropriate title and this removed the ads disabled icon in my hub dashboard.
I also did some research to find any other related keywords to use as back up in my hub tags, should any filter trigger and disable the ads and this has worked thus far.
And what was quite remarkable was that I didn't really need to change any of the content that much...not sure if it'll work for everyone though!
by Melody Trent4 years ago
I am going to go through my first 20 hubs and try to make sure they are categorized right. I remember reading somewhere that Google is more likely to find you if you are categorized properly. Is there a place to see...
by WeddingConsultant8 years ago
I must confess, I still have one final hub to categorize.I haven't categorized it because1. I don't think it fits nicely into any category and2. I'm afraid it will lose traffic if I categorize it.It's my shoplifting hub...
by Trsmd8 years ago
Just few hours back when I Logged In I got the message that my Hubs have not been categorized..Have you did that and what are all the benefits by doing so? Will it increase the traffic?
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