I published a Hub on love making but I do not see adsense coming up. While writing it I made sure not to use any un-parliamentry words that may violate adsense policy. I have seen many Hubs on similar topics that have used lot of such adult words many times but Adsense still appear for them. What is the problem with my Hub. Please advice !
Here is the URL of the Hub;
This might be why.
From the FAQ:
Adult content is not allowed. Below are some examples of prohibited adult content. This should not be interpreted as exhaustive list of what is prohibited. If you are unsure if your content is allowed, please contact us for a clarification before publishing your hub.
The following are not allowed:
* pornographic images
* links to adult or pornographic sites
* discussion or promotion of sexual aids or toys
* detailed descriptions of sexual acts or practices
* excessive profanity
Might be onus, sex or clitoris kind of words getting you in trouble
Thanks Uninvited Writer, for your posting. I will keep in mind to inform you guys before I publish any such Hub in future. But how will I do it, Publish the hub temporarily and mail you the link of the hub? Am I supposed to do it like this?
You have mentioned that the violation of policy "detailed descriptions of sexual acts or practices" could be the reason. Is it Hubpage policy or Google Adsense policy? Moreover I am not trying to promote sexual act or practices via my hub. It is written keeping in mind to educate and help people improve their private life and hence in turn improve their relationship with their partner. If you go through my Hub you will realize that I have not used any abusive word or any any adult image. Yes though some word has been used two or three times as pointed out by jyuva. But they were mentioned purely keeping in mind that if they are used then it will describe the love making procedure better. I have not used them with any bad intent in mind. But if you still think that it could be the reason then I will try my best to remove them. Do you think it will help after that? Please advice.
Hi jyuva, thanks for the comment post. I agree that I have used those words as mentioned by you and I will try my best to remove them too as I have already mentioned in the previous paragraph. But I have noticed that lot of Hubs contains lot more adult content in terms of words and images. When I compare my hub with those then I find my hub content to be lot more cleaner but still they have ads being displayed but the same is not true for my hub. Do you think use of words as mentioned by you is the only reason for ads not coming on my hub or could there be any other reason too? Please advice.
Well, it's up to HubPages, not me I was just taking a guess.
Seems you got hurt by my comment. Please accept my apology for the same. You being a good hubber, I thought you know lot of in and out better then me about the rules and regulation here. Hence my question got directed towards you. I meant no offense.
Also could you please suggest me how to take advice of you guys just in case I need one if I am confused about some hub in future?
No, I was assuming you thought I had some say with HubPages...no hurt at all.
Thanks Ralph, Good to know that you thought that my Hub was informative and not purely sex oriented. It made me feel really good that my Hubs has been taken in the sense I was expecting it to. Thanks.
But can you suggest any reason for adsense not appearing on my hub apart from what has already been suggested?
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