Thank you for publishing my hub "Image to Sexy...." but the ads are still disabled. I was just wondering why, so if it was intentional that I won't make the same mistake again. Also that hub and the two I wrote after it "How getting respect from your kids....." and "Sometimes we need to forgive and let go....." are not showing up in Google. This is a HUGE problem for me due to my rankings with Google are a major priority. If you could give me some insight as to these problems I would greatly appreciate it. I have yet to have problems with my articles until now and don't want to start. Sorry to rant but I am also dealing with two articles copied nearly word for word from another site.
You're talking about a few issues here:
-| Hubs are not moderated before being published. If they are brought to the attention of the staff after publication and are against the ToS, then they may have a warning placed on them or be unpublished.
-| Automatic content filters pick up words like "sexy" and "breasts". If these types of words are used too often your hub will automatically be marked as adult content and Adsense adverts will be turned off. Adsense ToS doesn't allow advertising on Adult Content, Gambling, Drug & Alcohol and non-family friendly content.
-| Hubpages doesn't get your page indexed - that's up to Google. If the topics you have written on are already widely covered online, chances are your articles won't be indexed as there is too much competition. To get them indexed you can try sites like pingler.com - however some articles just fail to get ranked for various reasons.
-| If your hub has been copied, you can visit the hub in question, click on the warning at the top of the hub and it will give you a link to the site as well as allow you to create a DMCA notice to send to the site in question.
If your hubs contain words of adult nature, the filters will stop ads appearing on your hubs
I don't know why but as it stands right now all 3 articles I wrote after the Image to Sexy are not even showing up on Google when I search the url, but the disabled ad is. Ahhhh This has never taken this long, ever. I think I should delete/unpublish them and start over. Just the disabled ad and 3 after that.
This makes no sense
What is the point in deleting and republishing them? It can take weeks or months for some articles to get indexed and get serious traffic, especially if they aren't well keyword researched. Just go back in and edit them.
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