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So I don't really have to change it. I don't try to make money here anyway. This is a hobbie. Thanks relache
When that has happened to me in the past, it has always been in the wording of the title. I have changed the title and kept the same wording in the hub, and ads were then available.
As for writing for a hobby, I have done that for years and still do, however it is NICE to see some revenue coming in from a hobby, lol. It pays a bill or two a month.
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