I was rejected by AdSense. They won't even let me apply again.
Why are there google ads on my hubs? Can I block them? They are making money but I'm not. Doesn't seem fair.
you can opt out of Google ads by making your hub noncommercial
Sorry to hear that.
Appeal their decision or at least try.
Google Ads are on your hubs because HP is hooked up to Google.
Yes, but only non-commercial hubs.
Google Ads are making HP money.
Like I said, attempt to appeal their decision.
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