I just published a new hub and it says ads have been disabled. I'm a little confused because it doesn't contain anything that's prohibited by GA, as far as I can tell, and isn't anything I'd feel weird about discussing with anyone. It's on the reasons picking up dog poop is important and how unattended dog poop is a public health threat. Glamorous? No. But is it actually something that can't have ads?
http://natashalh.hubpages.com/hub/Why-P … -Dog-Feces
Does the warning say specifically why? I'd say it's likely the automatic content checkers picking it up. Try replying to the warning email or email@example.com for information on why and see if they can do a manual review.
I would go through our help wizard and it will lead you to email the team. They should be able to fix it for you. Have a good night.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org so that they can manually check. The ads were disabled by an automatic filter when it picked up the words "pooh" or any of the derivatives that equates to "sh...t"
Once it is manually checked the ads should be enabled.
Any word on what the issue was or how it was fixed?
This hasn't happened to me yet, but it is always great to be prepared!!
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