What is the difference between the levels of ad settings? I have a warning on a hub that says this hub appears to be commercial. It has already been moderated, and allowed to stand as it is! The article is on a sensitive sexual issue, so I sent the monitors a link to another article on the same issue that does not contain Adsense ads, but it does nave Amazon ads. That one has been up for ages, so I told the moderators I am assuming that it's ok to have the Amazon ads and not the Adsense ads. I was wondering if maybe a "low" ad setting would indicate only Hubpages Ads and not Adsense? Should I try changing the ads settings from none to low? Or should I contact moderators about this article again?
by Silver Rose7 years ago
My problem is that I have some long hubs and Hubpages does not seem to post ads in the sidebar. Therefore, if i set the ads at medium setting, people only see them when they first start to read, but they go out of sight...
by Bronson_Hub5 years ago
Here's the hub in question, a humor piece on Valentine's day in the answer section: <snipped link>A moderator looking through the hubs personally stopped by mine, and without rhyme or reason, disabled...
by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
I heard it's better to have more adsand I want to change mine to high.Anyone know how?thanks
by evemurphy7 years ago
I would love to have some guidelines about what constitutes 'adult content'. In two recent hubs I wrote about how to make love in the woods and in a car...with no "graphic" detail that I am aware...
by John Hansen2 years ago
I have two hubs that have had ads disabled by a moderator (not automatic filter) due to unsuitable content. Does this mean there was a complaint made by a fellow hubber or do moderators randomly check hubs for content?...
by Ben Guinter3 years ago
I've gotten two emails about the same hub, which of course was one of my holiday hubs - the hubs that helped build up most of my following on here.It was about the first flights between the Hawaiian islands, and the...
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