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Best Answer Brenda Barnes says
Thanks for your response. Fortunately, a human moderator reviewed the hub within two hours and enabled the ads. I wasn't told what the "sensitive" material was and still have no clue, but whatever it was obviously upset the Google "bot." Thanks.
I hope your ads will be re-enabled soon (as the ads on my hub just were following a "moderator review"). My fiction hubs don;t get much traffic, and that's mostly other hubbers and family and friends I bully!
Thanks for sharing your experiences and also for reading Estelle's saga. I never considered the effect of a shorter word count. Perhaps....
It was very frustrating, but short-lived, DzyMsLizzy. A "live" moderator reviewed it within two hours and re-enabled the ads, but I still don't know WHY the Google "bot" zapped my hub....Go figure....Jaye
Jaye Denman says
BTW...This happened to me and they told me why. ONE phrase was sensitive.. I edited the specific phrase, sent them a note to that effect-.but the ads are STILL disabled after 3 weeks. I'm quite upset and know how you feel. It' my most read hub!!
Strangely....while I was having dinner and clearing the table, the ads were re-enabled on that hub with a notice that they were reviewed by a moderator. I still don't know the "why", but perhaps a Google "bot" misinterpreted something.
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Thanks for your response. It's difficult to understand what words or phrases a non-human (computer) filter will chooses as "sensitive."