I recently noticed an exceptional writer here who wrote a gut wrenching and informative poem about bulimia and lo and behold HubPages took the article down claiming it was "adult content." There weren't any swear words or anything I considered offensive and yet, the powers to be felt it wasn't suitable. Has this happened to anyone else and if so, what is the recourse?
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I don't understand it when we all see Hubs with spelling errors in the title and throughout the entire article, run on sentences and basically just a mishmash of words and they stay up, yet, one with a message comes down.
ImKarn, I think it's mainly overkill for the advertiser's sakes. They don't want them to get anything that might be controversial. Reset your advertising to none and I bet they have no more problems with it.
@Meich-i-zedek: There are no sexual references in the poem, Meich..
Ok, I will take this back. Don't contact the team. It's the first picture in my opinion.
YESS! They have -re-instituted the hub in it's entirety! I changed the pictures which were apparently 'pixilated', but the 'adult content' was not addressed in any way! Thanks to all - Special to Big D~
There are clear policies. Go to the Learning Center and you'll find a whole section, including several Hubs, explaining everything in detail. Hubs about ammunition are prohibited by Adsense.
Dear Marisa Wright, I found the problems now. It was not the ammunition issue that caused the problem but the ebay module which posted some items like "Nude African Statues" evoked by the key word "statue". The hub was not on gun but on used pellets