I posted a hub titled "How to Remove Facial Hair Permanently - FDA Approved Time Tested Methods" and it is published and featured.
But it shows warning based on automatic content filter and ads are disabled and I went through all HubPages Terms and Adsense quality guideline but unable to figure out the actual problem.
Can any one suggest which word, sentence or paragraph is violating adsense terms. Any suggestion will be appreciated.
Thanks a lot relache for help. Is there any way to contact admin? I posted a query through Contact Us link and asked for manual review
Go to the bottom of accounts page. Grey box says check for violations. Click on that box and wait for a minute or so and it will show you any violations that it picks up. My guess would be the mention of
P-------c hair may be considered adult content.
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