I have created a hub but when previewing the are google adds for "sexy girls" that I did not add? Why do they appear and how can I get rid of them before my hub is removed?
You hub won't be removed - these are default Google Ads which will be replaced by ads matching your hub once it is published. Some hubbers are offended by these ads and it has been suggested more 'neutral' ads be provided but I suspect this is a Google issue rather than a HubPages issue.
I emailed you back about this just a few hours ago. It takes Google anywhere from a few minutes to a few days to crawl your page for content and place relevant ads. The ads on both your hubs look very relevant to me now, but one of your hubs is substandard and overly promotional, so it has been flagged for revision. See the warning on your hub as well as the two links above for clarification, if you're unsure as to where you're in violation.
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