I wondered if anyone else had experienced this... I wrote a hub on Minx nail art, which was then promptly 'ads removed due to content filters'. I could only think it was the word 'Minx', which is the brand name, taken out of context by an automatic filter, as the hub had no remotely adult or other violatory content, and I queried it with support - next time I looked it had the message that ads had been restored following moderator review.
However this morning I have the message that ads are disabled again, and that's how it shows in my account! I have not edited the hub at any point, and it's about decorated fingernails!
Other than keep bugging support can anyone advise me on how best to proceed to resolve this finally?
Thanks so much in advance!
I read your hub and also watched the video. I don't see why ads should have been disabled. I recommend that you contact the moderators once more.
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