i posted a hub and the moderator disabled, ads on my hub. i just wanted to know , am i still going to be paid by hubpage affiliated program?
well i am not talking about adsense or ebay programs.
If the adverts are turned off by a moderator:
HP Adverts are disabled.
Adsense is disabled.
eBay is NOT disabled.
Amazon is NOT disabled.
Since eBay is part of the HubPages Ad program, won't those ads be disabled if the rest of the program is?
Kuumar, you need to read up on AdSense program content guidelines. Prescription drug content is restricted.
It is quite amazing that ad services are closed on the hubpages. any how such services can give a lot of benefit to all both the hub pages or the users also.
Sometimes they disable them because they infringe Adsense rules. I think it may be the topic the hub is about.
I can't imagine any other reason; HP tries hard to protect its reputation and that of the hubbers with adsense. Lose adsense and we both lose a major source of revenue.
It can be topics or it can be language or even repeated words. "Breast", for instance, can get ads removed or even hubs unpublished. Google is extremely prudish, and any reference to anything sexual is forbidden. Of course, the 'bots aren't intelligent; they see "chicken breast" as "breast" and have a hissy fit. Guns, gambling, drugs - all of these and many more are on the list as a possible reason to disable ads.
Advertisers are scared to death of political hot-button issues. The hub in question most definitely falls within that realm.
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